Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: When the brakes get wet

When driving in rain or after washing the vehicle, the brakes may get wet. As a result, brake stopping distance will be longer. To dry the brakes, drive the vehicle at a safe speed while lightly depressing the brake pedal to heat up the brakes.

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 Use of engine braking

Remember to make use of engine braking in addition to foot braking. When descending a grade, if only the foot brake is used, the brakes may start working improperly because of brake fluid overheat

 Braking when a tire is punctured

Do not depress the brake pedal suddenly when a tire is punctured. This could cause a loss of control of the vehicle. Keep driving straight ahead while gradually reducing speed. Then slowly pull of

 Brake system

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 Extension Case Oil Seal

A: INSPECTION Inspect there is no ATF leakage from the joint of transmission and propeller shaft. If a leak is found, replace the oil seal. <Ref. to 5AT-48, REPLACEMENT, Extension Case Oil Seal.> B: REPLACEMENT 1) Lift up the vehicle. 2) Clean the transmission exterior. 3) Remove the ATF dra

 Rear Seat

A: REMOVAL 1. SEDAN MODEL 1) Remove the rear seat cushion. Pull up the seat cushion and release the hook. CAUTION: If the hook is removed from vehicle body, replace the hook with the new part to avoid the deterioration of seat securing. Remove the hook (A) by pushing it back while lifting th

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