Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Type B inside mirror (if equipped)

1) Electronic compass display


1) Electronic compass display 2) Rear view image display 3) HomeLink® button 1
4) HomeLink® button 2
5) Function indicator
6) HomeLink® button 3
7) Photosensor
8) Power button
9) Compass button

The mirror has the following features.

● Auto-dimming function for anti-glare capability ● Rear view image display ● Electronic compass display ● HomeLink® Wireless Control System

Using the power button and compass button, you can display the various functions of the rear view image display and the electronic compass display based on how long you press the buttons.

Power button

*: The setting returns to “ON” as a default setting every time the ignition switch


*: The setting returns to “ON” as a default setting every time the ignition switch is turned to the “OFF” position.

Compass button

Auto-dimming function


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