Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Remote start confirmation transmitter feature

Your remote engine start transmitter is equipped with a unique bidirectional confirmation feature. This feature will allow the transmitter’s backlit button to display the status of the system under the condition that the vehicle and transmitter are within the operational range of the system. Typical transmitter button flash sequences are outlined in the following chart.

Entering the vehicle following remote engine start shutdown


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 Entering the vehicle following remote engine start shutdown

An alarm trigger may occur if the vehicle is opened by the remote keyless entry transmitter within a few seconds immediately following remote engine start shutdown.

 Pre-heating or pre-cooling the interior of the vehicle

Models with automatic climate control system: After the system starts the engine, the automatic climate control system will activate the “FULL AUTO” mode and heat or cool the interior to the pr

 Service mode

In service mode, the remote engine start function is temporarily disabled to prevent the system from unexpectedly starting the engine while being serviced. To engage or disengage service mode: 1.

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 Exterior

1) Engine hood lock release (page 11-7) 2) Headlight switch (page 3-28) 3) Bulb replacement (page 11-48) 4) Wiper switch (page 3-32) 5) Moonroof (page 2-28) 6) Roof rail (page 8-14) 7) Door locks (page 2-4) 8) Tire pressure (page 11-35) 9) Flat tires (page 9-6) 10) Fog light switch (page

 Rear Drive Shaft

A: REMOVAL 1) Lift up the vehicle, and then remove the rear wheels. 2) Remove the axle nut. CAUTION: Do not loosen the axle nut while the rear axle is loaded. Doing so may damage the hub bearing. Lift the crimped section of axle nut. Remove the axle nut using a socket wrench while depressing th

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