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Subaru Outback: 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 will be different from normal operation. For safety’s sake, you should employ extra caution when towing a trailer and you should never speed. You should also keep the following tips in mind:

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 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

 Driving with a trailer

● You should allow for considerably more stopping distance when towing a trailer. Avoid sudden braking because it may result in skidding or jackknifing and loss of control. ● Avoid ab

 Driving on grades

● Before going down a steep hill, slow down and shift into lower gear (if necessary, use 1st gear) in order to utilize the overheating of your vehicle’s brakes. Do not make sudden downshif

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 Driving range on remaining fuel

1) U.S.-spec. models 2) Except U.S.-spec. models The driving range indicates the distance that can be driven taking into account the amount of fuel remaining in the tank and the average rate of fuel consumption. When the low fuel warning light illuminates, the driving range indication flashe

 Components

1) Front sub sensor (right-hand side) 2) Front sub sensor (left-hand side) 3) SRS airbag system warning light 4) Frontal airbag module (driver’s side) 5) Front passenger’s frontal airbag ON and OFF indicator 6) Frontal airbag module (front passenger’s side) 7) Airbag control module (

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