Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Seatbelt maintenance

To clean the seatbelts, use a mild soap and lukewarm water. Never bleach or dye the belts because this could seriously affect their strength.

Inspect the seatbelts and attachments including the webbing and all hardware periodically for cracks, cuts, gashes, tears, damage, loose bolts or worn areas. Replace the seatbelts even if only minor damage is found.

CAUTION

● Keep the belts free of polishes, oils, chemicals and particularly battery acid.

● Never attempt to make modifications or changes that will prevent the seatbelt from operating properly.

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SRS airbag system warning light A diagnostic system continually monitors the readiness of the seatbelt pretensioner while the vehicle is being driven. The seatbelt pretensioners share the control

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WARNING ● When discarding a seatbelt retractor assembly or scrapping the entire vehicle damaged by a collision, consult your SUBARU dealer. ● Tampering with or disconnecting the system

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A: INSPECTION Make sure that there is no leakage from front oil seal portion. If there is any leakage, replace the oil seal and inspect the propeller shaft. B: REPLACEMENT 1) Shift the select lever or gear shift lever to neutral. 2) Release the parking brake. 3) Disconnect the ground cable from ba

 CVTF Cooler Pipe and Hose

A: REMOVAL CAUTION: Immediately after the vehicle has been running or after idling for a long time, the CVTF will be hot. Be careful not to burn yourself. If the CVTF is spilt over exhaust pipe, wipe it off with cloth to avoid emitting smoke or causing a fire. When removing the CVTF cooler

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