what is the bleeding process for a 99 subaru impreza outback?
how much does it cost to repair the rear differential in a subaru outback
According to my repair manual the refrigerant is HFC134a.
In The Subaru Legacy(Outback) Service Manual and the Chilton or Haynes Repair Manual for the Legacy & Forester 2000 thru 2006.
cost me about 180 bucks a year ago in colorado, if that helps
That depends entirely on what happened to it to make it need repairing.
Go to you local library and get the repair book, its free to use or a few cents to copy.
That all depends on where it is leaking. If it is not leaking the hose does not need to be repaired, the problem is elsewhere.
That depends on what is wrong with it. You have not given enough information for me to give a reasonable answer. Try replacing the battery in the key fob first.
See the Haynes Repair manual for Legacy & Forester 2000 thru 2006 on page 6-20 section 19.
For what it cost to replace the radiator and/or repair the engine, I would stick with the stealership original Anti-Freeze coolant. Better be safe than sorry...
Usually the entire axle is replaced rather than trying to repair the CV joint.
try your local Subaru dealer, im sure that they can tell you.
I am having the same problem with my 2005 Outback. Apparently water is able to get into the cabin from a faulty seal someplace (I'm guessing the windshield gasket) and the water has leaked onto the heater fan and caused the bearings to rust. This is what is causing the noise. It is important to make sure the leak is fixed before you repair the fan. Anyone else out there having the same problem?
Haynes Repair Manual says yes, but with all 4 wheels on the ground, not to exceed 20 mph & not over six miles. I would not take any chance, call a flat-bed tow truck...
I suppose that will depend on the going rate your way, my own '98 outback wagon blew both gaskets and i took it to the dealer to get it fixed. 1600$ later i got it back.
Get a new dashboard!
Best thread I've found on this problem (and I've followed the steps and advice myself) is located at http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/showthread.php?threadid=8005. This saved me a lot of money in repair costs!
Sounds like the brakes are shot! At this point I wouldn't want you to drive any further than your closest repair garage.
If your Subaru clock has stopped working, it is most likely not the fuse. There is a defect in these clocks that causes them to stop working after a few years. Fortunately, this defect is quite easy to repair using only a soldering iron. Complete instructions on this repair can be found at: http://www.subaruforester.org/vbulletin/f77/oh-no-my-clock-doesnt-work-3350/ If you don't feel like you want to get into all the technicals of how to repair the clock yourself, it can be repaired at a reasonable rate at subaru-clock.com or on eBay from a variety of vendors.
There are many different places one might go to locate a Subaru repair shop in the United Kingdom. In addition to the use of a local phone book, one might also try a Subaru dealership.
Do you mean "Fuel Pump Relay" If so, Haynes Repair Manual for Legacy & Forester 2000 thru 2006, shows you 2 nice pictures on page 4-2(taken from a similar question on this site).
Do yourself a favor. Buy the Haynes Repair Manual for the Subaru Legacy & Forester 2000 thru 2006, the Haynes book number is 89101. Any reputable Auto Parts Store should have that for about 20 bucks. Good hunting...
No, just replace it.
There is a Haynes Repair Manual for this car, the book has wiring diagrams and repair and rebuild instructions for Subaru Legacy and Legacy Outback and Brighton from 1990 to 1998. The ISBN for this book is 1563923262 i picked mine up for US$15 several in 2003. The book is still in-print and you can routinely find it on eBay.com\half.com for under US$10 shipped. There are people seeling it for over $25 buck online but the book retails at pepboys an advance auto for about US$17(2007/12). Best Of Luck the 2.2L Subaru Boxer is a solid engine.