Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: START

CAUTION

Do not turn the ignition switch to the “START” position while the engine is running.

The engine is started in this position. The starter cranks the engine to start it. When the key is released (after the engine has started), the key automatically returns to the “ON” position.

If the engine does not start with your registered key, pull out the key once (at this time, the security indicator light will blink), wait for at least 10 seconds, reinsert the key in the ignition switch and then try to start the engine again.

NOTE

The engine may not start in the following cases:

● The key grip is touching another key or a metallic key holder.


● The key grip is touching another key or a metallic key holder.

● The key is near another key that contains an immobilizer transponder.


● The key is near another key that contains an immobilizer transponder.

● The key is near or touching another transmitter.

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 Key reminder chime

The reminder chime sounds when the driver’s door opens and the key is in the “LOCK” or “Acc” positions. The chime stops when the ignition switch is turned to the “ON” position or the

 Ignition switch light

For easy access to the ignition switch in the dark, the ignition switch light illuminates when driver’s door is opened or when the driver’s door is unlocked using the remote keyless entry tran

 Hazard warning flasher

The hazard warning flasher is used to warn other drivers when you have to park your vehicle under emergency conditions. The hazard warning flasher works with the ignition switch in any position.

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 Tire Identification Number (TIN)

Tire Identification Number (TIN) is marked on the intended outboard sidewall. The TIN is composed of four groups. Here is a brief review of the TIN with a breakdown of its individual elements. (1) Manufacturer’s Identification Mark (2) Tire Size (3) Tire Type Code (4) Date of Manufacture

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