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  1. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    Replacing the ignition coils in my 2011 outback 2.5I. 1st coil came out it was a little hard to pull out, but came out. The second one came out, but left the bottom inside. Anyone know if I can get it out without taking it to the shop?
  2. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    I just had a 60K mile service done at a local mechanic (reputable place). One dealership wanted $750, the other one wanted $1000 (but this included a maybe unnecessary CVT and Trans Axel fluid change, they even told me that the fluid changes were not just recommended, but required). I chose...
  3. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    Hello, I noticed recently that my 2012 3.6R 6AT seems to shift up too early/at lower rev (~2500). What could be the root cause for this type of symptom? I haven't checked the trans-fluid yet, could low transmission fluid cause this? Does low-trans fluid have light sensor on the dashboard or I...
  4. Problems & DIY Maintenance
    I'm the original owner of my 2017 Outback 3.6R Limited. Mileage is at almost 56K. Reading suggested maintenance says to replace the spark plugs at 60K miles. Two questions to follow. 1st. What is the least invasive and proven process to replace the spark plugs? The plugs are about 2 inches...
  5. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    I’m wondering if anyone has seen this on this generation of subarus. We picked up a used subbi with 28k and my wife has driven it for about three weeks. We noticed a spot on the garage floor, it was definitely engine oil from the driver’s side. After looking under the hood, you can see oil...
  6. Gen 5: 2015-2019
    I replaced my 2 passenger side plugs without issue. However, the boot seems to have ripped off the coil on the front driver side plug and the passenger side plug is quite stuck as well, so I suspect it may do something similar if I pull on it. Anyone encountered this before? With the tight...
  7. 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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