When developing the next generation of Subaru Impreza, the creators tried to make the car attractive to a wider range of buyers, so it was decided to change the body shape from a station wagon to a hatchback. The updated car has many advantages: a spacious interior, well-thought-out design of instruments, a spacious luggage compartment, the maximum size of which reaches 1216 liters, a lightweight body and an excellent suspension. But only all this fades into the background, since the main differences between the Subaru Impreza are still the symmetrical all-wheel drive system (Symmetrical AWD) and the horizontally opposed engine (BOXER). Here, Subaru's developers have remained faithful to the company's traditional technology.
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 fuse diagrams of Subaru Impreza (GH, GE), as well as WRX and WRX STI 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 with EL15 (1.5 l), EJ20 (2.0 l) and EJ25 ( 2.5 L Turbo) are considered.
In the engine compartment
|Engine compartment relay box|
|Relay Box (Entry & start system)|