Could have been better but all cars have that indicator next to the gas pump symbol as a standard. So that's the source of truth, so to speak.
While that may be true, if you look at the 2019 and I suspect older models, the arrow on the range indicator also pointed to the right (correct) side, not the left side.Could have been better but all cars have that indicator next to the gas pump symbol as a standard. So that's the source of truth, so to speak.
You are right about the range.While that may be true, if you look at the 2019 and I suspect older models, the arrow on the range indicator also pointed to the right (correct) side, not the left side.
THANK YOU! I've printed this out to take to the dealer, so they can read it and make the profile adjustments. And THANK YOU!Finally solved the issue, at least until the software update fixes it permanently (we hope). After weeks of the equalizer settings disappearing, sometimes reappearing, etc., tonight I discovered that if the settings are not there all you have to do is change which driver profile is active. Even if you change the profile from driver A to driver B or default or whatever, and then back to the profile you really want, the system will load whatever equalizer settings are associated with that profile. Apparently there is a software error in loading the driver profile. If the profile loads too early, then when the radio initializes it doesn't know what settings to use so it just goes to all zeroes. On the other hand, if the radio initializes first and then the driver profile, it loads the radio settings associated with that profile. We have no control over the boot sequence, which is why it's hit and miss as to whether the settings will be there or not.
So if you notice your equalizer settings have dumped, just change the driver profile, then change it back if you want to. Either way, if you manually select a driver profile, the equalizer settings that associate with that profile are loaded. This is a lot faster than manually reentering the equalizer settings everyday which is what I had been doing. Now if the software update ensures the profile is loaded after the radio initializes, then the problem will truly be solved.
Note: I tried just checking the profile page and not making any changes, and that did not restore the equalizer settings. I had to actually select a different profile and select yes on the pop-up screen that asks if you really want to change profiles. When I did this, I had 100% success on the radio equalizer settings associated with that profile being restored. This also means if you have no profiles other than default, then you have no way of changing profiles, which means you have no way of restoring the saved equalizer settings.
You’re welcome, but I think you’ll find that this is something that we as owners will have to do until Subaru issues a software update to correct the boot sequence.THANK YOU! I've printed this out to take to the dealer, so they can read it and make the profile adjustments. And THANK YOU!
For me it's a lot quicker to do the profile cuz it's two quick taps. To change all the radio settings is sliding dials, etc., on about six different screens, much more heads down time.That was agood find but to be honest, I've given up and will just wait for the update. To me, It takes just about the same effort to change the drivers profile around as to reset the Audio settings.
Yes, this is a standard. I frequently rent cars outside the US and use the fuel icon each and every rental to figure out which side I need to pull up on.I'm pretty sure that's a "less-than-or-equal sign '<='", on the range indicator, NOT a fuel-door indicator, but I could see where the confusion could arise.
The actual fuel-gauge-icon thing is VERY standard, I bet it's some sort of international standard, or similar. This has been the case since at least the early 90's, IME.
Edit: This is an interesting factoid, about how it came-to-be: The Inventor of the Little Arrow that Tells You What Side the Fuel Filler Is On Has Finally Been Found
I think I know why it's happening. If you check your car's bluetooth, it will show your phone listed multiple times instead of just once, confusing the system. If I'm right about that, then I'll write-up how to fix it. If your phone is only listed once, then it's a mystery to me.I have the 2020 Outback and it keeps dropping bluetooth after running Andriod play and driving for about 2 hours. Then it will not reconnect till the next day. The dealer has already replaced the computer for the radio system. Now it just started doing it again. All my other settings are still saved.