2011 Outback 3.6 premium, rear sway bar, and way too many accessories. Anything that can make Boston winters more tolerable (e.g. remote start, molded wintertech snow mats etc).
Like alot of folks, I have a set of winter tires, and a set of summer tires, each set complete with wheels and TPMS sensors. It costs me $50 or thereabouts each time I swap the tires at the local garage, plus another $50 to reprogram my Subaru to "sync" the car to the other set of TPMS sensors. I saw some other threads about sensors you could install yourself and reprogram, but it's too late for that in my case; I already have the two sets of TPMS sensors. I'm wondering if anyone has ever played around the equipment that the dealer or garages use to sync a Subaru Outback Gen 4 to a set of TPMS sensors? Is it ridiculously expensive, hard to procure, or ....? No third party has stepped up to sell something to allow the user to do this? Perhaps due to liability issues?