Subaru Impreza has become a real hit in the Japanese car market. This model, which appeared in 1992, was supposed to become the basis of the rally version. In the automotive hierarchy of the Subaru family, it is listed as a "subcompact compact car". In fact, the Impreza has occupied an empty niche between Subaru Legacy and Subaru Justy - a typical representative of Fuji Heavy Industries cars with an engine capacity of just over a liter. The most famous modification is, of course, the Impreza WRX, but the lineup of cars that are called "sports station wagons" deserves no less attention.
The power circuits of the Japanese car are protected by relays and fuses. The elements are installed in blocks that are located in the engine compartment and in the passenger compartment. The circuits of the Subaru Impreza (GF, GC) 1st generation 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 with EL15 (1.5 L), EJ20 (2.0 L) and EJ25 (2.5L Turbo).