03 H6 OBW & 06 WRX Sportwagon
will this work on my 06 WRX?
Good question. The original post is based on information in the Outback/Legacy FSM. Perhaps someone here has the equivalent FSM for the Impreza-based cars (assuming the WRX would share at least this aspect).will this work on my 06 WRX?
Yes, I understand that there is no problem with my engine or transmission... my question relates to the fact that my Tribeca is throwing C codes that are not defined in the service manual.To psygnal11! your P code is empty probably because you don't have anny trouble with your engine.
C codes are mented to ABS and/ or another electrical parts into your car.
SRS/Airbag codes are 2-digit codes, which to my understanding, cannot be read by anything or anyone without the Subaru Select Monitor. I'm 99% certain these are VDC codes (as the sequence is ECM, TCM, VDC/ABS); however, I've checked every DTC table in the FSM to no avail.I would ask my Subaru dealer what this code means? Otherwise you may ask to companys who repair cars after an carcrash. Possibile is this code related to the airbag module.
I've looked in the 2007 Legacy FSMs (USDM and JDM), but I can't find anything remotely similar.I don't know any of those codes myself... Have you tried looking in the FSM for any other VDC-equipped models?
Nope. Just tried on my '05 outback XT.has anyone had success reading codes on a 2005 outback using this method?
Checked in fuse area of drivers seat, I see no such connection. I didn't remove any kick panels but I don't see it. If it's taped and wrapped possibly in wire loom I wouldn't have seen it though.The first post lists this as working for '05-'09, but a few folks with '05s have tried it without success. I've never seen anything official that said which cars had the capability and which didn't. Nothing to lose by trying it.
I just re-skimmed this thread, there is a link in ghghhghg's post which lists a different procedure for the '05- try that?