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    Rpms jump up when on the floor

    I having some issues out of my 2011 wrx impreza today when u mash the gas all the way too the floor doesn't matter what gear your in or even 5th gear the Rpms jumps way up too 4 grand and seems like engine is wining do have the torque map installed not sure that's what's causing or what or if reflash would help


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    Sounds like the clutch is slipping.
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    Is there any way u can adjust it car has 58 thousand miles shouldn't it still have factory warra


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    I don't know what a "torque map" is.. that part left me confused. But everything else you said sounds like your clutch is slipping and needs to be replaced. Traditionally Subaru will replace one clutch under warranty within the first 60k miles.. however SOA does consider the clutch to be a wear item designed to be replaced, so it's really up to the dealer whether or not they want to do it for you in good faith.

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    Ok just have too give them a call


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    What about intake if they replace it do I need put everything back stock


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    It's up to the dealer.

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    If they do replace it do I need put intake back stock


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    Quote Originally Posted by Z31_2011 View Post
    If they do replace it do I need put intake back stock

    That would be up to the dealer.

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