Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Anti-entrapment function

CAUTION

● Never attempt to test this function using fingers, hands or other parts of your body.

● The anti-entrapment function may not operate properly if some object gets trapped just before the window fully closes.

NOTE

● If a window detects an impact similar to that caused by trapping an object (for example, when the vehicle encounters a deep pothole), the anti-entrapment function may operate.

● The window cannot be operated for a few seconds after the anti-entrapment function operates.

● If the vehicle’s battery is disconnected due to situations such as battery or fuse replacement, the antientrapment function is deactivated.

Initialize the power window to reactivate the anti-entrapment function. Refer to “Initialization of power window” F2-23.

While closing automatically, if the window senses a substantial enough object trapped between the window and the window frame, it automatically moves down slightly and stops.

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1) Lock 2) Unlock To lock: Press the lock switch. When the lock switch is in the lock position, the passengers’ windows cannot be opened or closed. To unlock: Press the lock switch again.

 Power window operation by passengers

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