tunces outback· Registered
2011 outback,2.5 Ruby Red
Sounds like your a "Grasshopper", this is a common problem in winter for everyone that drives in snow. My $46K audi A6 will have this happen just because it's winter snow driving time.We had the chance to spend a weekend with the 2012 Outback Limited in snow country. On the way back I experienced something that I have not ever, and wondered if this was a problem peculiar to the Outback Limited wheels. On the way home, I felt ride get bumpy, like it would feel if the wheels were unbalanced. After it didn't go away I pulled over and found the inside of the rims of the back wheels packed with snow. This was the case on both rear wheels. Knocked the snow off, and everything was fine. I've never had a car do this before, have you?