Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Remote Openers

A: REMOVAL

1. FRONT HOOD OPENER

1) Remove the opener lever.

  1. Remove the cable.
  2. Remove the nut, and detach the opener lever.

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2) Remove the following parts and remove the cable clip and cable.

Subaru Outback. Security and Locks

2. FUEL FLAP OPENER

1) Remove the pull handle cover.

  1. Open the cover by using a flat tip screwdriver.
  2. Remove the screw and remove the pull handle cover.

Subaru Outback. Security and Locks

2) Remove the opener handle.

  1. Remove the nut.
  2. Remove the cable from opener pull handle.

Subaru Outback. Security and Locks

3) Remove the rear quarter trim RH. (OUTBACK model) <Ref. to EI-114, OUTBACK MODEL, REMOVAL, Rear Quarter Trim.>

4) Remove the trunk room trim (RH). (Sedan model) <Ref. to EI-127, TRUNK ROOM TRIM, REMOVAL, Trunk Room Trim.>

5) Remove the fuel lock inside the quarter panel.

  1. Press the claws of the fuel lock.
  2. While keeping the condition in step (1), pull the fuel lock to the rearward of the vehicle.

Subaru Outback. Security and Locks

6) Remove the lower inner trim. <Ref. to EI-96, REMOVAL, Lower Inner Trim.>

7) Remove the cable from the clip.

Subaru Outback. Security and Locks

Subaru Outback. Security and Locks

B: INSTALLATION

1) Before installation, check the following items.

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

Tightening torque: Refer to "COMPONENT" of "General Description". <Ref. to SL-4, FRONT HOOD LOCK AND REMOTE OPENERS, COMPONENT, General Description.>

C: INSPECTION

Check if the front hood and fuel flap operate normally.

Ignition Key Lock

A: REPLACEMENT

1) Disconnect the ground cable from battery.

2) Remove the steering column. <Ref. to PS-26, REMOVAL, Steering Column.>

3) Remove the ignition key lock.

  1. Secure the steering column in a vise.
  2. Drill out the bolts and remove the ignition key lock.

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4) Install the ignition key lock.

  1. Secure the ignition key lock to the steering column.
  2. Use new bolts. Tighten the bolt until the bolt head is broken (bolt head wrenched off).

B: INSPECTION

1) Disconnect the ignition switch connector.

2) Measure the resistance between ignition switch terminals.

Preparation tool: Circuit tester

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3) Replace the ignition switch if the inspection result is not within the standard value.

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 Key Lock Cylinders

A: REPLACEMENT 1. FRONT DOOR 1) Raise the front door glass to the top position. 2) Remove the door trim. <Ref. to EI-60, FRONT DOOR, REMOVAL, Door Trim.> 3) Remove the sealing cover. CAUTION:

 Keyless Entry Control Module

A: REMOVAL 1. SEDAN MODEL 1) Disconnect the ground cable from battery. 2) Remove the rear shelf trim. <Ref. to EI-120, REMOVAL, Rear Shelf Trim.> 3) Remove the keyless entry control module.

 Keyless Transmitter

A: REMOVAL NOTE: For C6 model, refer to Transmitter. <Ref. to SL-75, REMOVAL, Transmitter.> 1. KEYLESS TRANSMITTER BATTERY CAUTION: To prevent static electricity damage to the keyless transmitte

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 Main fuse

Main fuse box The main fuses are designed to melt during an overload to prevent damage to the wiring harness and electrical equipment. Check the main fuses if any electrical component fails to operate (except the starter motor) and other fuses are good. A melted main fuse must be replaced.

 Precautions against vehicle modification

Always consult your SUBARU dealer if you want to install any accessory parts to your vehicle. CAUTION Do not perform any of the following modifications. Such modifications can interfere with proper operation of the seatbelt pretensioners. ● Attachment of any equipment (bush bar, winches

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