Manual describes it in section 10-50. 1. Disconnect the electrical connector, then remove rubber cover. 2. Remove the retainer spring. 3. Replace the bulb, then set the retainers spring securely. 4. Install the rubber cover with the top mark facing up, then reconnect electrical connector.
This is simple and easy if the bulb assembly comes out easily. I completed steps 1 and 2 but instead of the bulb assembly simply sliding out the back cover on the contacts came off leaving me with the three contact prongs and nothing much to pull on.
I used a pair of pliers (if you have needlenosed it might be better/easier) and g e n t l y pried the rest of the bulb assembly out and the rest went smoothly.
See "Headlight" on page 52 of chapter 11 "Maintenance and Service" in your "OWNER'S MANUAL".....
See your user manual, its great for help with all the basic maintenance
See *Headlight* on page 10-49 of your "Owner's Manual", under Section 10: Maintenence and Service - Replacing Bulbs.....
Sorry, but it won't. Subaru's changed their headlight shape every 3 years or so. They made a change around April 1997, so the one's before that are different from the ones after.
i dont know what am i crazy
The Subaru Legacy Outback is a wagon-crossover vehicle manufactured by Subaru. One can find more information by visiting a local Subaru dealer. The Subaru website offers detailed descriptions, and vehicle specifications on the Legacy Outback as well.
Will fit Legacy/Outback Model Year 1995 to 1999.
There is no Power Steering Filter on a 2002 Subaru Legacy/Outback.
The short answer is yes.
Sorry, unlike a goldfish Subaru Legacy is too large to flush.
It should be.
in the engine compartment