Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Heater Duct

A: REMOVAL

1) Remove the front seats. <Ref. to SE-10, REMOVAL, Front Seat.>

2) Remove the instrument panel face assembly. <Ref. to EI-76, REMOVAL, Instrument Panel Assembly.>

3) Remove the rear heater duct.

  1. Pull off the floor carpet to disengage the rear heater duct slide lock.
  2. Release the claws, and then remove the rear heater duct LH and RH.

Subaru Outback. HVAC System (Heater, Ventilator and A/C)

B: INSTALLATION

Install each part in the reverse order of removal.

C: INSPECTION

1) Check installation condition of duct. Connect the duct properly if defective.

2) Check that no foreign matter is mixed in the duct. Remove the foreign matter if any.

Heater Vent Duct

A: REMOVAL

1) Remove the instrument panel face assembly. <Ref. to EI-76, REMOVAL, Instrument Panel Assembly.>

2) Remove the heater vent duct.

  1. Remove the screws, and then remove the front vent duct.

Subaru Outback. HVAC System (Heater, Ventilator and A/C)

  1. Release the claws and remove the screws, then detach the side vent duct LH and RH.

Subaru Outback. HVAC System (Heater, Ventilator and A/C)

B: INSTALLATION

Install each part in the reverse order of removal.

C: INSPECTION

1) Check installation condition of duct. Connect the duct properly if defective.

2) Check that no foreign matter is mixed in the duct. Remove the foreign matter if any.

A/C Filter

A: REPLACEMENT

1) Remove the glove box lid assembly.

  1. Remove the glove box damper.
  2. Release the stoppers and remove the glove box lid assembly by pulling it toward you.

Subaru Outback. HVAC System (Heater, Ventilator and A/C)

2) Remove the A/C filter.

  1. Release the lock and remove the A/C filter cover.

Subaru Outback. HVAC System (Heater, Ventilator and A/C)

  1. Remove the A/C filter.

Subaru Outback. HVAC System (Heater, Ventilator and A/C)

3) Install each part in the reverse order of removal.

B: INSPECTION

Check the A/C filter for dust or dirt, and clean or replace as necessary.

Diagnostics with Phenomenon

A: INSPECTION

Refer to "Diagnostics with Phenomenon" of "HVAC SYSTEM (DIAGNOSTICS)" section. <Ref. to AC(diag)- 13, Diagnostics with Phenomenon.>

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