Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Trailer lights

CAUTION

Direct splicing or other improper connection of trailer lights may damage your vehicle’s electrical system and cause a malfunction of your vehicle’s lighting system.

Connection of trailer lights to your vehicle’s electrical system requires modifications to the vehicle’s lighting circuit to increase its capacity and accommodate wiring changes. To ensure the trailer lights are connected properly, please consult your SUBARU dealer. Check for proper operation of the turn signals and the brake lights each time you hitch up.

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 Tires

WARNING Never tow a trailer when the temporary spare tire is used. The temporary spare tire is not designed to sustain the towing load. Use of the temporary spare tire when towing can result in f

 Trailer towing tips

CAUTION ● Never exceed 45 mph (72 km/h) when towing a trailer in hilly country on hot days. ● When towing a trailer, steering, stability, stopping distance and braking performance wi

 Before starting out on a trip

● Check that the vehicle and vehicle-tohitch mounting are in good condition. If any problems are apparent, do not tow the trailer. ● Check that the vehicle sits horizontally with the tr

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 Door open indicator light

When any of the doors, the rear gate (Outback) or the trunk lid (Legacy) is not fully closed, the door open indicator light illuminates. This function is effective even if the ignition switch is in the “LOCK” or “Acc” position or the key is removed from the ignition switch. The open

 HomeLink® Wireless Control System

The HomeLink® Wireless Control System can be used to activate remote control devices such as gate operators, garage door openers, door locks, home lighting and security systems. There are three HomeLink® buttons on the mirror, each of which can be programmed for operation of one desired dev

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