1995-1999 Actually I believe (but have not physically verified) you can also connect some radios from 2000-2004 Outbacks - the main issue is the socket on the back of the unit that the wire harness plug plugs into.
I just bought my 99 Outback and currently have a factory P114 AM/FM/WeatherBand Cassette-only installed. I'm looking to replace it with a factory AM/FM/Cassette/CD unit (P117? 95-99 generation or P121? 00-04 generation).
I've searched www.car-part.com for local salvaged units. For 1995-99 Outbacks they list 8 different factory radio models:
AM-FM-cassette, Sdn, GT
CD changer, Limited model
AM-FM-cassette, SW, LHD, Outback
AM-FM-cassette, Sdn, SUS
AM-FM-cassette, SW, LHD, Brighton
AM-FM-cassette, SW, RHD
CD changer, exc. Limited model
AM-FM-cassette, SW, LHD, GT
AM-FM-cassette, SW, LHD, L model
AM-FM-cassette, Sdn, L model
I am also keeping an eye on eBay auctions - I have been able to physically compare models and their socket/plugs as most auctions have pictures, which has been educational. Most units here have been tested and come with a warranty.
Also if you want to know how to rip apart, er, I mean disassemble the center console and dash to be able to remove your radio you can find instructions by Googling it
or e-mail me (rbrow at pacbell dot net)
Will fit Legacy/Outback Model Year 1995 to 1999.
.030" to .035"
at the bottom of the sump
No, I can't.
Should fit second generation Legacy/Outback model year 1995 to 1999.....
There is no washer relay.
with a cutting torch
From 1995 to 1999.....
I just purchased new catalytic converters for my 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. There are three ports for oxygen sensors. They appear to be on the top of the converters. I just purchased new catalytic converters for my 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. There are three ports for oxygen sensors. They appear to be on the top of the converters.
Probably 1996 thru 1999 if it is going wagon to wagon.
dexron III is recommended for a 2003 Outback automatic
where is the pvc valve on a 1998 suaru forester?
Regular Unleaded is just fine.
I am not sure what you are asking here, but I have 212,000 on mine.
No one knows where the starter relay is, not even subaru themselves. I called them and they couldn't answer me. How lame is that
It should fit since Bolt Pattern (5 X 100), Stud Size (12 X 1.25) & Center Bore (56.1) are the same.....
The secret is to take out the entire centre consol.
Transfer case is lubricated by the transmission fluid.
Has a starter relay in the engine bay fuse panel.
http://www.cars101.com/subaru/keyless.html#code%20alarm Should do it for ya...
Dexron II or Dexron III type ATF.....
remove plastic shroud under engine. remove plug on oil pan.
55ftlbs flywheel to crank