There is 1 screw under the hood that attaches the turn signal housing to the head light. Remove it. Then simply work off the entire turn signal housing. This takes a little muscle but try to be gentle as not to damage anything. It seems like it is connected with another screw somewhere, it is not. Next unplug the wiring from the back and remove the light assembly by twisting. That's it just pull the light out of the socket! The bulb type is printed on the bulb itself.
p.s. Now would be a good time to replace the turn signal in the bumper it is easy just a couple screws.
Open hood panel and prop with rod. Remove screw at headlamp that holds signal lamp. pull lamp straight forward. remove and replace bulb
How do I replace the rear wiper motor or just remove the rear panel on the back window to see if my rear wiper motor is unplugged on my 2007 Subaru Outback? Thanks!
Remove both converters, install the new ones. Don't forget the "donut" gaskets.
You have to remove the console cover. This starts with two screws in the console storage tray.
Not an easy task since you have to remove the Front Bumper Cover to get access to it. Once that's done, remove the electrical connectors, the screws and the Headlight Assembly.
Access from under the front corner of the car. Remove or push small plastic cover out of the way. Unplug bulb and rotate to remove.
Remove Glove Box & Access Panel. Disconnect Blower Motor Electrical Plug & Aspirator Hose. Remove screws & Motor. Install in reverse order.....
remove plastic shroud under engine. remove plug on oil pan.
You just unscrew the bolts and it falls right out on the ground.
In a 2004 Subaru Outback, the thermostat is located on the bottom of the engine on the driver's side. Remove the screws holding the fitting that the hose (from the bottom of the radiator leading to the engine block) is attached to, remove the fitting, and the thermostat will be underneath.
Disconnect battery. Remove air cleaner. Disconnect wire from starter. Remove starter. Reverse procedure using replacement starter. With a few variations this is the same for every automobile or truck engine ever built and exactly the procedure in the Subaru service manual.
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Remove the 2 screws that hold the plastic lens, pull out burned bulb, push in new one (#168 or #194), verify if working, reinstall lens.....
To remove the rear hatch door panel in order to fix the lock on a Subaru Outback you will need a Phillips-head screwdriver, small flat screwdriver, trim pry tool, and tack puller. Using these items you need to remove the push clips and pry the trim from the hatch.
remove old pads and replace then with new ones
Behind the glove box. You have to remove 7-9 screws & a piece of the paneling to get to it.
You'll need to remove the driveshafts in order to do this, which is about a five to ten minute operation.
Inside the Transmission. You need to remove the Transmission Oil Pan to have access to it...
Remove lower radiator hose at engine and there it is.
Unsrew the round plastic cover on the inside of headlight and remove the spring wire clip ,pushing in and down and pull the globe out through the hole ,dont touch the glass on the new bulb with fingers,,,,,
Remove the wiring harness from your 1990 Subaru alternator. Remove the alternator belt. Remove the alternator retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new alternator.
no really any like 2 or5 or so
Inside Transmission. Drain fluid & remove Oil Pan for access.....
You have to start by opening the console storage compartment. There are two screws at the front of the compartment. You remove those and work your way forward, lifting the panel around the selector lever. Easy.