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  1. Front Door Speaker Replacement - Not Working

    Electrical & Electronics
    2004 Outback 3.0 VDC - The front speakers never worked since we've owned the car. Finally opened up the door panels and they were clearly blown speakers on each side. the soft round part was coming apart. Put new speakers in, got no sound from the rear or front while the head unit turns on...
  2. 2003 Engine Swap to 2001 Outback Manual Body Wiring Harness

    Gen 2: 2000-2004
    Hello everyone, I am just about finished putting an engine from an 03 2.5 Manual Outback in a 2001 Outback. Everything has been a direct fit except there is a plug in the wiring harness that has a grey housing and an orange interior that is slightly different than the grey exterior orange...
  3. Passenger headlight out; bulbs and fuses seem OK

    Electrical & Electronics
    Passenger side headlights are out on my dad’s 2014 OB 2.5 (pretty sure it’s a ‘limited’; has leather seats and moonroof) w/CVT. He checked the low beam bulbs and fuses and they appear to be working. He has not pulled the high beam bulb, but put a multimeter onto the spot where you hook in the...
  4. Wiring a rear dashcam 2019 Outback

    Gen 5: 2015-2019
    I'm going to be buying the Viofo A129 Pro 4k Duo dashcam to replace my front facing dashcam. I was wondering if there are any guides explaining how to wire the rear dash cam specific to our model vehicle, with the lift gate, etc? The front facing cam I have wired up, no problem. I just needed...
  5. Wiring issues (headlight, tail light, interior lights and more!)

    Electrical & Electronics
    Hello, I am a new Subaru owner. I just purchased a 2006 Outback a few days ago. I don't know anything about the vehicle but I am trying to learn as fast as I can. Upon my arrival back home I was notified that my OB had no tail lights but my brake lights were working just fine. Prior to this, I...
  6. Plug used for the roof lights.

    Plug used for the roof lights.

    I used this "phono" style plug to make the custom roof rack plug in system. This picture show the male end that is attached to the lights themselves.