Should be a 4EAT. Provided it's not a VDC and it's not a 2.5 H4I have a 2001 Outback LL been 3.0 and I was wondering how to find out what transmission I have because I need to replace it
correction: the transmission works very well with or without the fuse and the car is completely different in bothto answer your PM
what you are looking for: a 2001-2003 transmission from a LL Bean wagon, others may need surgery.
04 were wired a bit different.
a guy from Montreal put a JDM 4EAT VDC trans in his similar limited H6 wagon, and inserted the FWD fuse to make it work.
(canada did not get LL Bean labels on their limited H6 wagons of the period)..
and that is if you need a trans. what is wrong with yours?
With fuse out the clutch pack locks the diff because the clutch pack/valving is designed to only lock or unlock, no graduated degrees of slipping, and the small signal sent by the TCU to lock up a small amount locks it up a lot.correction: the transmission works very well with or without the fuse and the car is completely different in both
with the fuse the FWD light is on, the center differential is always unlocked, AWD is on all the times and that's how I drive it most of the times too
the car will handle more like a RWD but with some traction in the front, very great for highway travelling
in bad weather, rain, slippy road, trails, snow or just winter driving I pull the fuse off, the center differential will lock and turn the car into a tank !
can you confirm that 2 is all you get?It’s the same transmission zcaa