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  1. Gen 6: 2020-Future
    This happened today. :mad: Wasn't me, but... it is what it is. Is there a way to repair or replace this? I've been staring at the Door Trim. Rear. page on the Subaru website, but I find the diagram labeling unclear.
  2. Gen 6: 2020-Future
    I'm reaching out to the incredible members of this forum. I am trying to find a piece of something (easy now LOL ) that will protect the interior front door(s) pull area from fingernail scratches. I would prefer a rubber piece like the cup holders have. My internet searches have resulted in the...
  3. Gen 2: 2000-2004
    I’ve got a 2003 red outback. Want to put a little money into making it look nice. I’ve been doing a bit of looking around with LED strips, new steering wheel etc. just wondering what others have done and what they would recommend?
  4. Gen 4: 2010-2014
    Hi all! I've got a 2014 that recently, had a water leak from the moon roof, which ran down and completely soaked the passenger side carpet in the front and back. We tried to get out as much as the water as possible, as well as leaving a dehumidifier in the car when not driven, but it wasn't...
  5. Detailing
    Hello everyone! I just bought a 2008 Subaru Outback and tried removing a sticker adhered to the sunglass compartment door. I tried using rubbing alcoholic and a credit card to remove the residue and completely discolored the plastic and left surface scratches. Any advice on 1) How to safely...
  6. Lighting, Electrical & Electronics
    2002 Subaru Outback H6 3.0 VDC Exactly what the title says, trying to locate the auto-dimming, fade module/circuit or fuse in which I can place inline LED's to and place those under-dash foot well area for some more jazz. Trying to have it so that the lights stay on when i open the doors, fade...
  7. Crazy Photo Merge

    A photo merge of at least a dozen shots from the inside of my OBXT while driving through the Pacific Northwest. Shot on a Canon 5D with a 14mm fisheye.
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