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  1. 2003 Legacy L SE 5MT

    2003 Legacy L SE 5MT

    Rust free California car, have basically full service records. Plan to keep this one forever, so it's well taken care of. Installed fresh KYBs, fresh OEM Subaru clutch kit, sealed up the leaks, top fluids, high performance tires, stays off salted roads. Dealer that did the airbag recall said it...
  2. General Discussions
    I've been searching endlessly around the web for an aftermarket exhaust for my outback. No matter how hard I search, it just seems to be that no one makes any. I stumbled across one exhaust however and it may not be a direct fit but I think I can make it work. Wondering if I'm crazy or if it may...
  3. Engine & Drivetrain
    Hi everyone I took my 2003 outback into my usual mechanic for P0420 codes and he replaced the Catalytic Converter. Check Engine light came back on only two days after, so I ran the codes and got P0420 again. I cleared them and chalked it up to the new CC needing a few days. I am not noticing...
  4. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    So two days ago my Subee decided to go kaput on me. So first of all, it wouldn't start, and I couldn't find my test meter at the time, so I charged battery with my little scooter charger. It never went from red to green, but after several hours I tried ignition, and it did nothing, but I could...
  5. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    I'm looking to strap a kayak to an '03 Outback. Any helpful suggestions? The kayak is 10 ft and about 50 lbs. I only need to travel about 150 miles. I have crank straps and utility rope, I'm just wondering where the best spots to tie it down are. Thank you in advance.
  6. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    Hello everyone, I am just about finished putting an engine from an 03 2.5 Manual Outback in a 2001 Outback. Everything has been a direct fit except there is a plug in the wiring harness that has a grey housing and an orange interior that is slightly different than the grey exterior orange...
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