How do you change the cabin air filter in the 2006 Subaru Outback?
yes it does. It is a little hard to take out. If you have had this car for sometime and the cabin filter has not been changed it is probably very clogged up. If you are reasonably handy I would recommend going to your local Subaru parts dealer and buying a new filter. It comes with instructions on how to replace it
Is there a cabin air filter on a Subaru outback 2002. don't see anything in the manual but they are trying to sell them online?
See this site for the cabin air filter: http://node28.wordpress.com/2009/07/13/replace-cabin-filter-07-outback/ (copy and paste into the browser window). The engine air filter is a bit of a joy as access is tight. The filter is in a housing by the left front wheel. There is a "scoop" intake manifold leading from the very front of the engine bay to the filter box. You need to undo the spring clips, pull back on the "upper" (back half) housing…
This information with sketches is available in your owner's manual. If you don't have one Subaru thoughtfully supplies on in .pdf format here: http://www.subaru.com/owners/resource-center/owners-manuals/search.html I just looked up this information and it is all there. If your car is equipped with the optional filter it is under the dash on the passenger's side.