Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Car: 2004 Outback Wagon, 2.5, 4EAT, All weather package.
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So here is an odd one for ya. My Outback is now behaving like a GM car :P. Today a buddy of mine and I swapped out my interior and put in the leather interior I picked up last weekend. And since he was here and I know diddly about wiring I asked him to fix the remote starter that the previous owner had put in when the car was new that no longer was working properly (after starting it would continue trying to start). Found a broken wire under the hood for sensing the tach, fixed it and it started working again. However... the car now locks the doors when you take it out of park, and then unlocks them when you shut the car off. I find this really annoying. Also, I didn't think these cars EVER did that. Anyone have any suggestions to fix it? I have no idea what brand the remote start is, except I know that it is NOT a DEI.
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