Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback (BR): Battery charging, fluid level

Before starting any work near a battery, it's crucial to ensure that all sources of ignition, such as cigarettes, matches, and lighters, are completely extinguished. This precaution is vital because batteries emit a gas that is highly flammable and can lead to explosions if exposed to open flames or electric sparks.

To enhance safety in case of an explosion, wear appropriate eye protection or shield your eyes when working near any battery. It's advisable never to lean directly over a battery to minimize potential risks. The gas emitted by batteries can be harmful, and precautionary measures like these can prevent accidents and injuries.

Battery charging, fluid level Subaru Outback (BR)

Battery fluid contains corrosive acid, making it essential to avoid any contact with eyes, skin, fabrics, or painted surfaces. In case of accidental contact, immediately flush the affected area with water and seek medical attention promptly, especially if the acid enters the eyes or is swallowed. Drinking a large amount of milk or water can help mitigate the effects if battery fluid is ingested.

To minimize the risk of sparks and short circuits, it's recommended to remove rings, metal watchbands, and other metal jewelry before handling batteries. Additionally, ensure that metal tools do not come into contact with the positive battery terminal or any connected metal parts while in contact with other metallic portions of the vehicle. This precautionary measure can prevent potential accidents and damage.

Keep everyone, including children, away from batteries and the areas where battery-related work is being performed. Charging batteries should always be done in a well-ventilated area to avoid exposure to harmful gases and fumes.

It's important to note that battery posts, terminals, and associated accessories contain lead and lead compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. Therefore, always wash hands thoroughly after handling batteries to minimize exposure to these chemicals.

CAUTION: Avoid using a charging current exceeding 10 amperes, as this can lead to a shorter battery lifespan. While periodic checks of battery fluid levels or refills with distilled water are unnecessary, regular maintenance and adherence to safety protocols are crucial for safe battery handling and optimal performance.



CAUTION Never replace a fuse with one having a higher rating or with material other than a fuse because serious damage or a fire could result. The fuses are designed to melt during an overload to

 Main fuse

Main fuse box The main fuses are designed to melt during an overload to prevent damage to the wiring harness and electrical equipment. Check the main fuses if any electrical component fails to


 Outback (BR) Off road driving

Because of the AWD feature and higher ground clearance, your SUBARU can be driven on ordinary roads or off-road. But please keep in mind that an AWD SUBARU is a passenger car and is neither a conventional off-road vehicle nor an all-terrain vehicle. If you do take your SUBARU off-road, certain co

 DTC 41, 42, 45, 46, 4A, 4B, 4D, 4E, 53, 54, 55, 58, 59, 5A, 5B, 5C, 5D, 61, 62, 65, 66, 6A, 6B, 6D, 6E

W: DTC 41 SIDE AIRBAG RH FAILURE NOTE: Be sure to properly identify the Airbag system type prior to performing any diagnostics. 1. TYPE A DTC DETECTING CONDITION: Side airbag harness (RH) is faulty. Side airbag module (RH) is faulty. Airbag control module is faulty. CAUTION: Before performing

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