120 TrueDelta members own a 2014 Subaru Forester. 5 of these members (4.2%) have reported engine repairs for their car. A total of 7 engine repairs to 2014 Subaru Foresters--an average of 0.1 per vehicle--have been reported.
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- Transmission and Drivetrain
- Brakes and Traction Control
- Electrical and Air Conditioning
- Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim
33% of the 2014 Subaru Forester repairs were to the engine, 5% to the transmission, 5% to the brakes, 14% to the electrical or air-conditioning systems, 38% to the body and trim, and 5% to other areas of the vehicle.
2014 Subaru Forester 4dr SUV
turbocharged 250hp 2.0L H4 8-speed shiftable CVT AWD
|Subaru Forester in Minnesota, United States|
|0||2014 Forester XT - Camshaft position sensor o-ring improperly installed from factory. Caused significant oil leak on drivers side of the engine. - Burning oil smell inside the cab alerted me to the problem.|
|Subaru Forester in Washington, United States|
|3000||0||CEL thrown during a hard start. ECU was reprogrammed with a fix for the issue|
|Subaru Forester in Arizona, United States|
|3000||0||Forester 2.0L Turbo having an extended start of 3-5 seconds every few days. Dealer has no updates for the engine computer and did not observe any problems while it was in for an oil change.|
|Subaru Forester in Oregon, United States|
|2000||0||engine occasionally difficult to start after not being used for a day or so.|
|2500||0||engine occasionally stumbles/misfires during startup. Mechanics ran diagnostic tests (first time they ran this test for 2014 vehicles), but found no problems.|
|4000||90||rubber hood boot seal between turbo intercooler housing and air ductwork is warped, fits poorly.|
|4000||0||Replaced rubber boot seal between hood and intercooler, and several fasteners which broke during replacement process.|