Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback (BR): Emergency disarming

If you cannot disarm the system using the transmitter (i.e. the transmitter is lost, broken or the transmitter battery is too weak), you can disarm the system without using the transmitter.

The system can be disarmed if you turn the ignition switch from the “LOCK” to the “ON” position with a registered key.

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 Valet mode

When you choose the valet mode, the alarm system does not operate. In valet mode, the remote transmitter is used only for locking and unlocking the doors and rear gate (Outback) and panic activati

 Passive arming

When passive arming mode has been programmed by the dealer, arming of the system is automatically accomplished without using the remote transmitter. Note that in this mode, DOORS MUST BE MANUALLY

 To enter the passive mode

If you wish to program the passive arming mode, have it done by your SUBARU dealer.

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A: DTC 11 DRIVER'S AIRBAG FAILURE NOTE: Be sure to properly identify the Airbag system type prior to performing any diagnostics. 1. TYPE A DTC DETECTING CONDITION: Airbag main harness circuit is open, shorted or shorted to ground. Airbag module harness (Driver's side) circuit is open, shorted or

 Photosensors in the mirror

The Subaru Outback (BR) features a mirror equipped with photosensors on both its front and rear sides. These sensors are designed to detect bright glare from headlights of vehicles behind you during nighttime driving. As a safety measure, the mirror automatically dims to reduce glare and ensure

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