Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Engine Control Module (ECM) I/O Signal

A: ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Input/output name:

Measuring condition:

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Engine Condition Data

A: ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Measuring condition:

Data Link Connector

A: NOTE

This connector is used for Subaru Select Monitor.

CAUTION: Do not connect any scan tools other than Subaru Select Monitor or general scan tool because the circuit for Subaru Select Monitor may be damaged.

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

General Scan Tool

A: OPERATION

1. HOW TO USE GENERAL SCAN TOOL

1) Prepare a scan tool (general scan tool) required by SAE J1978.

2) Connect the general scan tool to data link connector located in the lower portion of the instrument panel (on the driver's side).

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

3) Using the general scan tool, call up each data. General scan tool functions consist of:

  1. MODE $01: Current powertrain diagnostic data
  2. MODE $02: Powertrain freeze frame data
  3. MODE $03: Emission-related powertrain DTC
  4. MODE $04: Clear/Reset emission-related diagnostic information
  5. MODE $06: Request on-board monitoring test results for intermittently monitored systems
  6. MODE $07: Request on-board monitoring test results for continuously monitored systems
  7. MODE $09: Request vehicle information

4) Read out the data according to repair procedures. (For detailed operation procedure, refer to the general scan tool operation manual.)

NOTE: For details concerning DTC, refer to "List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)". <Ref. to EN(H4SO)(diag)-78, List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC).>

2. MODE $01: (CURRENT POWERTRAIN DIAGNOSTIC DATA)

Refer to data denoting the current operating condition of analog input/output, digital input/output or the powertrain system.

A list of the support data and PID (Parameter Identification) codes are shown in the following table.

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

NOTE: Refer to general scan tool manufacturer's operation manual to access current powertrain diagnostic data (MODE $01).

3. MODE $02 (POWERTRAIN FREEZE FRAME DATA)

Refer to data denoting the operating condition when trouble is detected by on-board diagnosis system.

A list of the support data and PID (Parameter Identification) codes are shown in the following table.

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

NOTE: Refer to general scan tool manufacturer's instruction manual to access freeze frame data (MODE $02).

4. MODE $03 (EMISSION-RELATED POWERTRAIN DTC)

Refer to "List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)" for information about data denoting emission-related powertrain DTC. <Ref. to EN(H4SO)(diag)-78, List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC).>

5. MODE $04 (CLEAR/RESET EMISSION-RELATED DIAGNOSTIC INFORMATION)

Refer to the mode used to clear or reset emission-related diagnostic information (OBD-II trouble diagnostic information).

NOTE:

6. MODE $06

Refer to diagnostic value of troubleshooting and data of test limit indicated on the support data bit sequence table. A list of the support data is shown in the following table.

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

7. MODE $07

Refer to the data of DTC (pending code) for troubleshooting result about emission in the first time.

8. MODE $09

Refer to data of vehicle specification (V.I.N., calibration ID, diagnosis frequency etc.).

Subaru Select Monitor

A: OPERATION

1. HOW TO USE SUBARU SELECT MONITOR

NOTE: For detailed operation procedures, refer to "PC application help for Subaru Select Monitor".

2. READ CURRENT DATA FOR ENGINE (NORMAL MODE)

NOTE:

*: For models without cruise control, the brake switch signal does not change.

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

3. READ CURRENT DATA FOR ENGINE (OBD MODE)

NOTE:

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

4. READ FREEZE FRAME DATA FOR ENGINE (OBD MODE)

NOTE:

Subaru Outback. Engine (Diagnostics)

5. V.I.N REGISTRATION

1) On "Main Menu" display, select {Each System Check}.

2) On "System Selection Menu" display, select {Engine Control System}.

3) Click the [OK] button after the information of engine type has been displayed.

4) On the "Engine Diagnosis" display, select {Entry VIN}.

5) Perform the procedures shown on the display screen.

Read Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)

A: OPERATION

1. SUBARU SELECT MONITOR

NOTE:

2. GENERAL SCAN TOOL

Refer to data denoting emission-related powertrain DTC.

For details concerning DTC, refer to "List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)". <Ref. to EN(H4SO)(diag)-78, List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC).>

NOTE: Refer to general scan tool manufacturer's instruction manual to access powertrain DTC (MODE $03).

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 Inspection Mode

A: PROCEDURE Perform the diagnosis shown in the following DTC table. When performing the diagnosis not listed in "List of Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC)", refer to the item on the drive cycle. <Re

 Drive Cycle

A: PROCEDURE It is necessary to perform the drive cycle listed below if DTC is not found in the Inspection Mode. It is possible to complete diagnosis of the DTC by performing the indicated drive cycl

 Malfunction Indicator Light

A: PROCEDURE B: ACTIVATION OF MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LIGHT 1) When the ignition switch is turned to ON (engine OFF), the malfunction indicator light (A) in the combination meter illuminates. NOTE: If

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 Subaru Select Monitor

A: OPERATION 1. HOW TO USE SUBARU SELECT MONITOR NOTE: For detailed operation procedures, refer to "PC application help for Subaru Select Monitor". If VDC and Subaru Select Monitor cannot communicate, check the communication circuit. <Ref. to VDC(diag)-20, COMMUNICATION FOR INITIALIZING IM

 Steering Column

A: REMOVAL 1) Adjust the tilt position to the lowest position and lock the tilt lever. 2) Remove the driver's airbag module assembly. Push in the snap pin using a hexagon wrench or equivalent wrapped with a protective tape to disengage the locks (3 locations). Disconnect the horn harness a

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