Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Steering Satellite Switch

A: REMOVAL

CAUTION: Refer to "CAUTION" of "General Description" before handling the airbag module. <Ref. to AB-9, CAUTION, General Description.>

1) Position the front wheels straight ahead. (After moving a vehicle 5 m (16 ft) or more with front wheels positioned straight ahead, make sure that the vehicle moves straight ahead.)

2) Turn the ignition switch to OFF.

3) Disconnect the ground cable from battery and wait for at least 60 seconds before starting work.

4) Remove the driver's airbag module assembly.

  1. Using a hexagon wrench etc. wrapped by protective tape, insert the snap pins and release the locks (3 locations).

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  1. Disconnect the horn harness and airbag connector and remove the airbag module assembly. <Ref. to AB-21, DRIVER'S AIRBAG MODULE, CURTAIN AIRBAG MODULE & PRETENSIONER, PROCEDURE, Airbag Connector.>

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5) Remove the steering wheel.

CAUTION:

  1. Disconnect the connector and remove the nut.
  2. Put alignment marks and remove the steering wheel.

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6) Remove the satellite switch.

  1. Remove the screw, disconnect the connector and remove the paddle shift switch. (Model with paddle shift)

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  1. Release the claws and clips, detach the cover - steering wheel LWR.

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  1. Remove the screws and then remove the satellite switch assembly.

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B: INSTALLATION

Install each part in the reverse order of removal.

Tightening torque:
Steering wheel: 39 N*m (4.0 kgf-m, 28.8 ft-lb)

Clearance:
Between column cover and steering wheel: 2 - 4 mm (0.08 - 0.16 in)

C: INSPECTION

1) Measure the resistance between satellite switch connector terminals.

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2) If the result of the measurement is not at the standard value, replace the satellite switch.

Navigation Body

A: REMOVAL

CAUTION:

1) Disconnect the ground cable from battery.

2) Remove the center panel assembly.

CAUTION: Do not put your finger on the fin of the air vent grille. Doing so may damage the fin.

  1. Attach the protective tape (a) to the meter visor.

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  1. Insert a finger into the air vent grille and release the left and right clips at the top of the center panel.

    (A), (B)

  2. Insert a finger into the air vent grille and release the left and right clips at the center of the center panel.

    (C), (D)

  3. Release the clips at the bottom of the center panel and remove the center panel assembly.

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3) Remove the navigation assembly.

  1. Remove the left and right screws.
  2. Disconnect the connector and remove the navigation assembly.

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B: INSTALLATION

Install each part in the reverse order of removal.

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 GPS Antenna

A: REMOVAL 1) Disconnect the ground cable from battery. 2) Remove the center panel assembly. CAUTION: Do not put your finger on the fin of the air vent grille. Doing so may damage the fin. Attach

 Rearview Camera System

A: WIRING DIAGRAM Refer to "Rearview Camera System" in the wiring diagram. <Ref. to WI-213, WIRING DIAGRAM, Rearview Camera System.> B: REMOVAL 1. SEDAN MODEL 1) Disconnect the ground cable fro

 Front Accessory Power Supply Socket

A: WIRING DIAGRAM Refer to "Front Accessory Power Supply Socket System" in the wiring diagram. <Ref. to WI-166, WIRING DIAGRAM, Front Accessory Power Supply Socket System.> B: REMOVAL 1) Discon

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