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Subaru Outback: AT Shift Lock Control System

A: LOCATION

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  1. TCM ("P" range)
  2. Body integrated unit
  3. Stop light switch
  4. Key cylinder (with built-in key warning switch)
  5. Solenoid unit
  6. "P" range switch
  7. Key lock solenoid

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B: ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION

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*1: Measuring condition

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Output signal for key lock solenoid (unlock)

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Output signal for key lock solenoid (lock)

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C: WIRING DIAGRAM

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  1. Ignition switch
  2. Stop light switch
  3. Key warning switch
  4. Body integrated unit
  5. TCM (shift range information)
  6. Key lock solenoid
  7. Solenoid unit
  8. "P" range switch
  9. Battery
  10. VDC (vehicle speed information)

D: INSPECTION

1. SHIFT LOCK OPERATION

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2. BODY INTEGRATED UNIT POWER SUPPLY AND GROUND CIRCUIT

NOTE: For the DC power supply circuit, refer to "WIRING DIAGRAMS". <Ref. to WI-15, Power Supply Circuit.>

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Subaru Outback. Control Systems

Subaru Outback. Control Systems

3. SELECT LEVER CANNOT BE LOCKED OR RELEASED

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Subaru Outback. Control Systems

Subaru Outback. Control Systems

4. KEY INTERLOCK DOES NOT LOCK OR RELEASE

Subaru Outback. Control Systems

Subaru Outback. Control Systems

Subaru Outback. Control Systems

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