We were just given an 03 Sub Outback Wagon from family and want my wife to drive it this winter.
I need to do the brakes all around tomorrow for safety and just wondering if there are some quick tips.
Another quick question to the forum. What is with the seating postion. My back is done for the day when I get in this car. My wife complains to but not as much as me. I am 6'4" and she is 5'10'. Is it the seats?
As well there are a few other issues but I will deal with them later.
I am attaching the decoded VIN info below incase there is info import that is related to this car.
Thanks in advance.
Anti-brake system: 4-Wheel ABS Body style: WAGON 4-DR Brake - front: Disc Brake - rear: Disc Cargo volume: 34.30 cu. ft. / 971.3 liter Consumption in the city: 21 miles/gallon / 11.2 liters/100 km Consumption on the highway: 27 miles/gallon / 8.7 liters/100 km Curb weight: 3425 lbs / 1556.8 kg Doors: station wagon Driveline: AWD Engine capacity: 4 Cylinder, 2.5 L Engine code: 2500cc / 2.5L AWD Engine series: 4-Cyl. 2.5L Engine type: 2.5L H4 SOHC 16V Fuel tank: 16.90 gallon / 64.0 liter Fuel type: Gasoline Ground clearance: 7.30 in / 18.5 cm Line: Legacy/Baja Overall height: 63.30 in / 160.8 cm Overall length: 187.40 in / 476.0 cm Overall width: 68.70 in / 174.5 cm Safety restraints: Manual Seat Belt w/ Driver/Passenger Air Bags Standard seating: 5 Steering Type: R&P Tires: 225/60R16 Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic Overdrive Transmission type: AWD 4EAT Trim level: Wagon w/ All-weather Package Turning Diameter: 36.70 in / 93.2 cm Warranty distance: 36 000 mile / 57 000 km Warranty duration: 36 month Wheelbase: 104.30 in / 264.9 cm