If I were asking here it would mean I have never changed brakes before. Although the process is fairly simple you can do things wrong that would prevent the brakes from working properly. Your first time needs to be with the oversight of someone who has changed brakes before. Better yet, have a qualified mechanic do it for you. Your life and the lives of others may hang in the balance.
where would you find out if the Air Conditioner filter is blocked on a 2005 Subaru Outback
I would need to know which engine is in my 2011 Subaru Outback to answer this question. Oil capacity information is in my owner's manual.
Sounds like the brakes are shot! At this point I wouldn't want you to drive any further than your closest repair garage.
The Subaru Outback is a four wheel drive vehicle suitable for off-road use. It would compete with vehicles with similar characteristics such as the Range Rover or the Toyota RAV4.
subarus are not good cars so i would say no
Changing Subaru brake pads is a relatively simple job but you can mess it up, possibly causing disastrous results. All disc brakes on newer vehicles like yours are basically the same. You have done one you have done them all. Since you are asking in this forum, I would recommend that you do not try it unless you have someone with you who is experienced in changing disc brake pads and understands what is needed.
To the best of my knowledge there is no O2 relay. Why would you think one is needed?
could be the blower motor, a fuse, or a bad wire.
You will need to specify the bolt pattern you are asking about. Knowing why you want this information would be helpful.
Though it could be technically possible, it's probably not financially responsible. It would likely cost more than an automatic 1999 Subaru Outback with a rebuilt engine. The main problem would be in changing it from manual to automatic. Or, there are no automatic/manual "engine's", the engine IS separate from the transmission, this is an easy swap provided you have th skills, the wiring harness and ECU will need to be swapped as well.
Subaru 2.5 liter engine has a problem with head gaskets. If you have not had your head gaskets replaced, that is the first thing I would suspect.
Subarus are crap anyway so it would be better to buy a better car
no really any like 2 or5 or so
Can you give more detail? Is it squeak, squeak, squeak or squeeeeeeek? I'm assuming that it only occurs when the car is moving. Does putting the brakes on make it change? --Ken It does make squeeeeek sound when car is moving and putting brakes on does change it.
Not familiar with your meaning behind the term "flash". It would be good if you could elaborate so we can get a reasonable answer for you.
Low coolant if it is ? smoking you may have cooked your motor, or the thermatic fans are shorting out get it seen to by a mechanic ASAP
Search for a business that sells auto parts. Since we do not sell parts here, a price I give you would be meaningless.
I paid a shop $1399 to replace one front hub, (worn) with a used one from a scrapyard (cost was $125), both front wheel bearings (left and right sides of car) and front brakes. Two brand new hubs would have been $250 each extra from the dealer for my 1999 legacy outback wagon. Date: Dec 2010
The light in the switch can not be changed, the whole switch would need to be replaced.
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Most cars use several light bulbs. It would be helpful if you specified wagon or sedan and the location of the bulb you wish to change. You could also look in your owners manual which has illustrated instructions for changing many of the light bulbs in your car.
There is no gauge according to your owners manual. As such you would not know if it needed fluid so adding fluid would not be wise. Service is done by the Subaru dealer. Good to have one less maintenance item, isn't it?
Having ABS does not change how you bleed the brakes. Bleed them as you would if it did not have ABS.
It would be best to change the timing belt at or before 100k miles.
I did not know it was gay. Perhaps a call to your dealer would give you the answer you are seeking since a general release date will not guarantee your dealer has received cars and has them for sale.