I saw those, but the housings are only bolt-on compatible with the 2010-2012 Outback. The 13-14 housings appear to be slightly larger and more elliptical in shape; I want something that's a perfect fit.
Secured a GPS mount in the lower cubby. I hate windshield mounts and I prefer to always have my GPS on for the live data.
It has been no problem at all. Modern GPS devices can be inside a bullet proof tank and still get signal.After having it there for a while, let me ask -- how does the GPSr receive the satellites? Any issues having it so far down with the dash and hood partially obscuring the sky?
I have my Garmin nuvi 65 there without any problems receiving at all. The 65 won't go all the way in the cubby, it is about 3/8" too wide, but with a black wedge underneth it it rides well and looks nearly factory installed.After having it there for a while, let me ask -- how does the GPSr receive the satellites? Any issues having it so far down with the dash and hood partially obscuring the sky?
I just realized that I never followed up on this.For those with a 2013-2014, the kit (which includes all necessary parts to retrofit fog lights) part number is H451SAJ300 and can be found for about ~$200 new.
Attached is the PDF for install on 2013-2014, which is slightly different than 2010-2012.
H4510AJ000 is the mirror/fog light switch associated with the 2010-2012 fog light kits.
The relay part number is 82501AG05B.