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  1. Outback Shopping
    Hey everyone, Brand new to the forums so please let me know if this is the wrong spot to post this! I currently drive a 2007 Subaru Outback (basic 2.5i) and even though the car itself is in meticulous condition, besides the head-gaskets starting to seep some, I'm looking to upgrade to...
  2. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    Just for the record it seems to be happening in Australia too. Was intermittent but I managed to get it stuck at the dealer. Yes they will fix it under my purchased warranty. Mind you I was initially told they had never heard of it on an Outback. Low voltage from the selector switch they said...
  3. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    My 2016 Outback now needs a 6th windshield. I've gotten OEM parts due to the Eyesight system but am wondering if the non-OEM parts are more robust. What's your experience? Please don't bring up the spontaneous glass breaking lawsuit. For entertainment sake, bought the car new July 2016, 2...
  4. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    Hi there, Anyone had issues with water entering through the left eyesight camera and the Left visor mount. The sunroof drain is clear and it only happens when it rains sometimes. Not all the time...almost like it is collecting somewhere. Thanks in advance!!
  5. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    2016 Outback 2.5i Limited w/ EyeSight Hey guys, been thinking about adding a 1.5" or 2" lift to my outback at some point in the future. I was wondering if anyone out there has any input regarding experiences with different brands, installation techniques, what to do/what not to do, recommended...
  6. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    Hi All We just purchased a 2016 Outback to replace our 2008 one. We love it. However, I’m confused on how or even if we can mirror our phone to the infotainment screen in order to view navigation apps such as Google Maps or Waze. Our system does not have a map button incorporated into the...
  7. For Sale / For Free
    I have four OEM Subaru wheels that I no longer need. Came off of a 2016 Subaru Outback limited. 18-inch wheels. 5x114.3 bolt pattern so it fits any 2015-2019 Outback or Legacy. Wheels are in good condition. No TPMS. A few scratches. No bends or breaks; no curb rash. Asking $600 OBO. Available...
  8. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    Hi All, I bought a 2016 outback when it was 54K miles in on (Some time in 2018 Sept.) it and I had my 1st servicing done at 60K as per schedule at an authorized service Center in my area . During that visit the service staff recommended to change the spark plugs and it was not very inexpensive...
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