Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Operating the driver’s window

1) Automatically open/close


1) Automatically open/close 2) Open/close

To open:

Press the switch down lightly and hold it. The window will open as long as the switch is held.

This switch also has a one-touch auto down function that allows the window to be opened fully without holding the switch. Press the switch down until it clicks and release it, and the window will fully open. To stop the window halfway, pull the switch up lightly.

To close:

Pull the switch up lightly and hold it. The window will close as long as the switch is held.

For some models, this switch also has a one-touch auto up function that allows the window to be closed fully without holding the switch.

Pull the switch up until it clicks and release it, and the window will fully close. To stop the window halfway, press the switch down lightly.

NOTE

If the vehicle’s battery is disconnected due to situations such as battery or fuse replacement, the one-touch auto up/down function is deactivated. Initialize the power window to reactivate the one-touch auto up/down function. Refer to “Initialization of power window” F2-23.

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 Operating the passengers’ windows

To open: Press the appropriate switch down and hold it until the window reaches the desired position. To close: Pull the switch up and hold it until the window reaches the desired position.

 Locking the passengers’ windows

1) Lock 2) Unlock To lock: Press the lock switch. When the lock switch is in the lock position, the passengers’ windows cannot be opened or closed. To unlock: Press the lock switch again.

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Because of the AWD feature and higher ground clearance, your SUBARU can be driven on ordinary roads or off-road. But please keep in mind that an AWD SUBARU is a passenger car and is neither a conventional off-road vehicle nor an all-terrain vehicle. If you do take your SUBARU off-road, certain

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