The OBD II plug in the 2002 Subaru Outback is somewhere in the dashboard. The user manual has the exact details of where it is located.
.030" to .035"
at the bottom of the sump
No there is not.
The spark plug gap for a 2007 Subaru Outback Touring Edition should be set at 1.016 mm. This is equal to .040 inches. A new spark plug will come pregapped and does not need to be adjusted any further.
Should be a plug at the bottom or rear of radiator
It's on the bottom right side of the radiator.
The fill plug is on the center of the rear of the transfer case.
Fill plug is located on the center rear of the transfer case.Fill plug is located on the center rear of the transfer case.
The spark plug gap, for your 2000 Subaru 2.5 liter engine, is .007. Most spark plugs will be pre-gapped by the spark plug manufacturer.
gaps on all plugs should be .039-.043 inches
remove plastic shroud under engine. remove plug on oil pan.
Remove the fill plug on the transfer case and see if fluid is up to the edge of the plug!
It is on the center of the rear of the transfer case.
For the non-turbo charged engine the specified spark plug gap is .039 to .043 inches.
On my OBW, it's in the left rear stowage compartment with the jack...
The fill plug is on the left side of the transfer case. You remove the fill plug, and the fluid should come to the bottom of the fill plug.
It is on the back of the transfer case, takes a 10mm Allen wrench to remove.
Fill plug is on the center rear of the case.Fill plug is on the center rear of the case.
Auto trans, you add down the dipstick tube.Manual trans, there is a fill plug on the side.Transfer case, there is a fill plug on the back.Auto trans, you add down the dipstick tube.Manual trans, there is a fill plug on the side.Transfer case, there is a fill plug on the back.
The fluid level ( MERCON ATF ) should be at the bottom of the FILL hole when you pull the FILLER plug on your transfer case
The fill plug, drain plug are both on the back side of the transfer case facing the rear drive shaft. They are the two biggest nuts on that side of the transfer case. I have yet to determine what size the plug actually is I'm guessing either a 1 3/16 or a 1 5/32, since a 29mm or a 30mm will not fit it.