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  1. Gen 3: 2005-2009
    My daughter's 2007 check engine light came on, then she couldn't get it to go more than 40mph. I went and got her car and was able to get up to 60 by putting it in sport mode. Per my buddies code reader all for cylinders had misfired, no other codes. Cleared the codes but didn't have time to...
  2. Subaru Outback News & Media
    July 29, 2021 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 21V587000 Fuel Pump May Fail Fuel pump failure can cause an engine stall while driving, increasing the risk of a crash. NHTSA Campaign Number: 21V587000 Manufacturer Subaru of America, Inc. Components FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE Potential Number of Units...
  3. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    I am new here, but have had the 2000 Outback since 2007. I have a 2001, 2003 and a 2004 Outback for parts so I am sort of stuck with this model. It has been a good car. I recently did an engine swap. I put the engine from the 2004 EGR (higher milage but better head gaskets than the old one had...
  4. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    I have a 2006 outback and everything was fine till I filled up fuel and when I started my car it read just under a full tank but now after driving around 25kms or so it's still reading that i have a full tank. Do I need to asses the sender unit? Or could the sender be gummed up and giving a...
  5. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    Hello all. Looking for some advice on diagnosing my problem with a 2000 legacy outback limited manual transmission with 205k miles. After fueling up yesterday (fuel light was about to come on) my car cranks but doesn't start. Don't think it's the starter. There is a repetitive clicking sound...
  6. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    I have a 2001 Subaru Outback and can’t get it fully started. It stopped getting gas on the highway and now it won’t turn on. I’ve changed fuel pump, fuel filter, and fuel relay. It sputters but it doesn’t get a full stream of gas from the fuel line therefore won’t stay on and running. The...
  7. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    Hello all, I’m new to the outback group, having just bought my 2008 Outback 2.5I a few months ago. After purchasing the car I fixed the P0134 (or p0130, I can’t remember...) OBD code with a new Upstream O2 sensor. The problem went away. Recently, I started to notice a lack of power from the...
  8. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    I recently had the cap on the fuel pump assembly 'repaired' by soldering the cracked locking tab (~30 days ago) for $500. It worked and I was happy up until I got back from vacation in Hawaii. I was gone for 5 days, and needed to run an errand. I went to the store, stopped for fast food, then I...
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