Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: High beam light bulbs

1. Remove the air intake duct (right-hand side). For the method to remove the air intake duct, refer to “Removing air intake duct” F11-7.

Left-hand side


Left-hand side

2. Use a screwdriver to remove the secured clip of the washer tank. To make it easy to access the bulb, move the washer tank to the horizontal direction (left-hand side).

3. Disconnect the electrical connector from the bulb.


3. Disconnect the electrical connector from the bulb.

4. Remove the bulb from the headlight assembly by turning it counterclockwise.


4. Remove the bulb from the headlight assembly by turning it counterclockwise.

5. Replace the bulb with new one. At this time, use care not to touch the bulb surface.

6. Reconnect the electrical connector.

7. To install the bulb to the headlight assembly, turn it clockwise until it clicks.

8. Install the air intake duct with clips (right-hand side).

9. Set the washer tank to the original place and secure it by clip (left-hand side).

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 Front turn signal light

NOTE It may be difficult to replace the bulbs. We recommend that you have the bulbs replaced by your SUBARU dealer if necessary. 1. Turn over the protective cover of the engine compartment. 2

 Front position light

1. Turn the socket counterclockwise and pull it out. 2. Pull out the bulb from the socket and replace the bulb with a new one.

 Front fog light (if equipped)

NOTE It may be difficult to replace the bulbs. We recommend that you have the bulbs replaced by your SUBARU dealer if necessary. 1. Pull off the fender lining. Refer to “Pulling off the fender l

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 Transfer Clutch

A: REMOVAL 1) Remove the transmission assembly from the vehicle. <Ref. to CVT-55, REMOVAL, Automatic Transmission Assembly.> 2) Remove the extension case. <Ref. to CVT-138, REMOVAL, Extension Case.> 3) Remove the rear drive shaft. <Ref. to CVT-141, REMOVAL, Rear Drive Shaft.> 4

 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 salted to prevent them from freezing in winter ● mud, sand, or gravel ● coastal roads

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