Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Using the cover

To extend the cover, pull the end of the cover out of the housing, then insert


To extend the cover, pull the end of the cover out of the housing, then insert its hooks into the catches as shown. To rewind it, unhook it from the catches and it will rewind automatically. You should hold on to the cover and guide it back into the cover housing while it is rewinding.

WARNING

Do not place anything on the extended cover. Putting excessive weight on the extended cover can break it and an object on the cover could tumble forward in the event of a sudden stop or collision. This could cause serious injury.

CAUTION

● Be careful not to scratch the rear gate stays while extending and rewinding the cover. Scratches on the stays could cause leakage of gas from the stays, which may result in their inability to hold the rear gate open.

● When reclining the rear seatback, move the front cover backward so that the cover is not damaged.

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 To remove the cover housing

1. Rewind the cover. 2. Hold down the button on the righthand rear quarter panel and lift up the right-hand cover housing. 3. Remove the cover housing.

 Stowage of the cargo area cover

The cargo area cover can be stowed in under the cargo floor. 1. To open the lid, pull the handle up. 2. To keep the lid open, hang the hook (provided on the back of the lid) on the rear edge o

 To install the cover housing

1. To install the cover housing, insert both ends of the cover housing into the retainers. 2. Make sure to fix the front part of the cargo area cover behind the rear seat.

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 Keys

1) Master key 2) Submaster key 3) Valet key 4) Key number plate 5) Security ID plate Three types of keys are provided for your vehicle: Master key, submaster key and valet key. The master key and submaster key fit all locks on your vehicle. ● Ignition switch ● Driver’s door

 Safety precautions

WARNING ● For safety reasons, avoid operating of the cell phone while driving. ● Do not make a phone call while driving. When you have an incoming call, stop the vehicle in a safe location before taking the incoming phone call. When you have to absolutely take a phone call, tell th

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