check owners manual, it will be in there
check this link, it did helped me get info on my 97 subaru outback. http://hp.auto.ru/Subaru%20Legacy/1997/ cheers!
Transmission hot, car on a level spot, selector in park.
In 2003 I believe that they still recommended Dexron III for automatic transmissions. Check your owner's manual. Newer Subarus (2005 and up) use a special fluid that is generally only available from Subaru.
check your user manual, it should tell you how to do it, if its possible.
there isn't one when you take it to get the oil changed you can ask them to check the fill hole if it has one, if its not leaking don't worry about it until you need to change it at it's suggested milege.
no, its a belt, check your owners manual for the mileage interval it will need to be changed at
there is no fluid for a manual transmission
you cant check the transmission fluid on any manual transmission
How do you check manual transmission fluid KIA sophia
Check your thermometer and if that's not it...head gaskets.
How do i check the transmission fluid in a manual 99 Hyundai Accent?
I dont think manual transmission cars use transmission fluid.
*Hopefully* the same as other Subaru engines, low down the left hand side about half way up the engine (facing the engine) there should be a short yellow loop. Check it when the engine is cold!
A person can reset the oil change light on the Subaru Outback by turning off the vehicle and disconnecting the battery. Also, it is important to check the oil level just in case there is an issue.
Check out http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/sbs.htm
Check out this site: http://www.bodyshopzone.com/archives/trim/door_panels/Subaru/Outback_2001/remove_fr.html
It depends on what engine you have, the best way to know is to check the owners manual, but in case you don't have one for the 2.2 liter its 4.2qt and the 2.5 liter is 4.8qt
That info would be in the driverside door frame of the car on the White paper stuck there with the standard size tire for your car. Or also check the Drivers manual.
Get yourself a service manual specific to your car, available on eBay for less than $10. Then check out what is involved and decide if you feel comfortable taking this on.
Brake lights? Check brake light switch for adjustment or replacement
A/T the same place you check it. Manual transmission, on the upper side of the transmission under the truck.A/T the same place you check it. Manual transmission, on the upper side of the transmission under the truck.
The manual transmission usually has a plug in the side of the transmission that can be used to check the transmission and also used as a filler hole.
Yes. Check with the dealership for manufacturer's recommendations on how to go about doing this.
ok, to start off, not trying to sound like a smartass or anything, but their is no dipstick on a manual transmission. their is a fill/check plug on the side of the transmission. you have to take it out and check the level that way on a manual transmission.