I assume it is the same for my 96 Impreza, but when I changed mine, I poured it in where the transmission dipstick was through a funnel
A 1996 Subaru Legacy Outback requires: For automatictransmission: DEXRON III For manual transmission: GL5 75W90 gear oil
Should fit second generation Legacy/Outback model year 1995 to 1999.....
*Hopefully* the same as other Subaru engines, low down the left hand side about half way up the engine (facing the engine) there should be a short yellow loop. Check it when the engine is cold!
Goes into the dipstick reservoir...
If it is an A/T, the same place you check it. If it is manual, under the car on the upper side of the transmission. Yes, auto trans fluid added through the dipstick tube, located just about under the brake master cylinder-- use a long funnel and pour slowly. If a 5 speed manual, add through the dipstick tube, but this one is located on the right (passenger) side of the transmission, about 1/3 of the way back on the case.
It should be.
It is located on the engine block drivers side.
Transfer case is lubricated by the transmission fluid.
The recommended automatic transmission fluid for a 2000 Subaru Outback Legacy is Subaru ATF HP. This is a proprietary fluid which is sold by local dealerships.
Unfortunately, you need to pour the transmission fluid into the dipstick hole. Found in Subaru owners manual
You have not provided enough information for me to know what you are asking.
See "Automatic Transmission Fluid" on page 33 of chapter 11 "Maintenance and Service" in the "OWNER'S MANUAL".....
motor brakes? parking brake is engaged? transmission malfunction?
Mounted inside the fuel tank on the top.
it is ordinarily in the transmission. or, it could be in a can at the parts store.
Yes it should, since the are of the 3rd generation Legacy Outback. But don't quote me on this...
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.
Fuel pump fuse is located in the main fuse block under the hood.
left side engine compartment . follow battery cables to the starter
There is a yellow dipstick low and near the firewall under the hood. You access it from the driver's side. It's down there, just takes some hunting because there are hoses and things running over and around it. Good hunting!
Will fit Legacy/Outback Model Year 1995 to 1999.
http://www.lovehorsepower.com/SubaruDocs/CoolantTempSensor.htmlits a 1995 but same thing
See your user manual, its great for basic maintenance info, look under specs