Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback (BR): Manual transmission

WARNING

● Do not drive the vehicle with the clutch disengaged (i.e., when the clutch pedal is depressed) or with the shift lever in the neutral position. Engine braking has no effect in either of these conditions and the risk of an accident is consequently increased.

● Do not engage the clutch (i.e., release the clutch pedal) suddenly when starting the vehicle. By doing so the vehicle might unexpectedly accelerate or the transmission could malfunction.

The manual transmission is a fully synchromeshed, 6-forward-speed and 1-reverse-


The manual transmission is a fully synchromeshed, 6-forward-speed and 1-reverse- speed transmission. The shift pattern is shown on the shift lever knob.

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 Selecting reverse gear

CAUTION Shift into reverse ONLY when the vehicle has completely stopped. It may cause damage to the transmission to try shifting into reverse when the vehicle is moving. 1) Slider You must rais

 Shifting speeds

 Recommended shifting speeds

The best compromise between fuel economy and vehicle performance during normal driving is ensured by shifting up at the speeds listed in the following table.

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 Examples of the types of accidents in which the driver’s/driver’s and front passenger’s SRS frontal airbag(s) will basically not deploy.

The driver’s and front passenger’s SRS frontal airbags are designed basically not to deploy if the vehicle is struck from the side or from behind, or if it rolls onto its side or roof, or if it is involved in a lowspeed frontal collision. 1) First impact 2) Second impact In an acciden

 Throttle Body

A: REMOVAL 1) Disconnect the ground cable from battery. 2) Remove the cover (A) and clip (B) from air intake boot assembly. 3) Loosen the clamp (A) which connects the air intake boot assembly and air cleaner case. 4) Loosen the clamp (B) which connects the air intake boot assembly and throttle bo

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