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Subaru Outback: Corrosion protection

Your SUBARU has been designed and built to resist corrosion. Special materials and protective finishes have been used on most parts of the vehicle to help maintain fine appearance, strength, and reliable operation.

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 Most common causes of corrosion

The most common causes of corrosion are: 1. The accumulation of moisture retaining dirt and debris in body panel sections, cavities, and other areas. 2. Damage to paint and other protective coatin

 To help prevent corrosion

Wash the vehicle regularly to prevent corrosion of the body and suspension components. Also, wash the vehicle promptly after driving on any of the following surfaces. ● roads that have been s

 Cleaning the interior

Use a soft, damp cloth to clean the climate control panel, audio equipment, instrument panel, center console, combination meter panel, and switches. (Do not use organic solvents.)

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 Conditions in which front passenger’s SRS frontal airbag is not activated

The front passenger’s SRS frontal airbag will not be activated when any of the following conditions are met regarding the front passenger’s seat: ● The seat is empty. ● The seat is equipped with a rearward facing child restraint system and an infant is restrained with it. (See

 Rear Stabilizer

A: REMOVAL 1) Lift up the vehicle, and then remove the rear wheels. 2) Remove the rear stabilizer. Remove left and right stabilizer links. Detach the stabilizer clamp and remove the rear stabilizer. B: INSTALLATION CAUTION: Be sure to use a new flange nut and self-locking nut. Always tighte

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