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  1. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    I was driving home a few days ago in 100+ degree weather. It seemed like a very good idea to stop at a Dairy Queen for a cool treat. The drive-through line was long - like 10 cars - but I didn't want to park and go inside, so I joined the line. The DQ lines are slower than other drive-throughs...
  2. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    Recently I ran down my battery after leaving the lights on. I started it again using one of those "battery booster paks". After starting, left the engine running (with the hood closed) for about 2 hours to recharge the battery. The outside air temperature at the time was in the upper 70s. No...
  3. Gen 6: 2020-Future
    Hi, I searched the forum and the manual but didn't see any comments on this topic. I recently picked up an Outback. The passenger handle is pretty warm/hot, is that normal? It is cold outside and the heat is on in the car, but it definitely feels like the handle is being heated electrically ...
  4. Gen 3: 2005-2009
    First posting... Approximately 2 weeks ago, I had the dashboard replaced on my 2006 Outback (2.5i, base model) as part of a previous Subaru recall. In addition, the dealership performed a basic service (air & cabin filer, oil change, tire rotation, fluids), driver air bag replacement (recall)...
  5. Gen 3: 2005-2009
    Check engine light codes P0600 & C0047, (Er HC, Temperature gauge pinned hot is what happens when the check engine light turns on, restart the car and the gauges returns to normal and miles are displayed on the car) Codes only come on after driving for an hour in hot weather, after which, the...
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