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Subaru Outback: Driving when tired or sleepy

WARNING

When you are tired or sleepy, your reaction will be delayed and your perception, judgment and attentiveness will be impaired. If you drive when tired or sleepy, your, your passengers’ and other persons’ chances of being involved in a serious accident may increase.

Please do not continue to drive but instead find a safe place to rest if you are tired or sleepy. On long trips, you should make periodic rest stops to refresh yourself before continuing on your journey. When possible, you should share the driving with others.

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CAUTION Your vehicle should not be modified other than with genuine SUBARU parts and accessories. Other types of modifications could affect its performance, safety or durability, and may even vio

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 Rear Axle

A: REMOVAL 1) Lift up the vehicle, and then remove the rear wheels. 2) Remove the axle nut. CAUTION: Do not loosen the axle nut while the rear axle is loaded. Doing so may damage the hub bearing. Lift the crimped section of axle nut. Remove the axle nut using a socket wrench while depressing th

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WARNING Driving at high speeds with excessively low tire pressures can cause the tires to deform severely and to rapidly become hot. A sharp increase in temperature could cause tread separation, and destruction of the tires. The resulting loss of vehicle control could lead to an accident. Ch

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