Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: System alarm operation

The alarm system will give the following alarms when triggered:

● The vehicle’s horn will sound and the turn signal lights will flash for 30 seconds.

● If any door (or the rear gate/trunk lid) remains open after the 30-second period, the horn will continue to sound for a maximum of 3 minutes. If the door (or the rear gate/trunk lid) is closed while the horn is sounding, the horn will stop sounding with a delay of up to 30 seconds.

The alarm is triggered by:

● Opening a door, the rear gate or trunk lid ● Physical impact to the vehicle, such as forced entry (only models with shock sensors (dealer option))

NOTE

The alarm system can be set to trigger illumination of map lights and dome light. The map lights and dome light notification is deactivated as the factory setting. Refer to “Function settings” F20. A SUBARU dealer can activate the system. Contact your SUBARU dealer for details.

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 Activating and deactivating the alarm system

To change the setting of your vehicle’s alarm system for activation or deactivation, do the following. 1. Disarm the alarm system. Refer to “Disarming the system” F2-18. 2. Sit in the driver

 If you have accidentally triggered the alarm system

To stop the alarm Perform any of the following operations. ● Press any button on the remote transmitter. ● Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.

 Arming the system

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Maintaining the correct tire pressures helps to maximize the tires’ service lives and is essential for good running performance. Check and, if necessary, adjust the pressure of each tire (including the spare) at least once a month (for example, during a fuel stop) and before any long journey

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