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My 2000 Subaru Outback drifts drastically to the right at any speed and also has a severe wobble or shake on the rear passenger side. How do I fix the problem?
Where is the fuel filter located on the 2011 Subaru Outback and is it replaceable?
Patty - my daughter who lives in Los Angeles is considering the purchase of a new Subaru Outback. She says she prefers the feel of the 4 cylinder engine versus the 3.6 6 cylinder. I noticed the 4 cyl comes with the CVT transmission while the 6 cyl has a 5 speed automatic. She has two children, 4 and 7 years old. She drives all over the area going to ...
I changed my timing belt at 105,000miles. Now I'm hearing a belt squeak coming from the front of the engine. Could it be possible I need a timing belt, or what else might it be? FYI the Subaru Outback now has 185,000 miles.
Is it absolutely necessary to replace the fuel filter on the 2011 Subaru Outback?
My 2002 Subaru Outback has power to the stereo you see in the dash (it shows the radio station and other information), but there is no sound coming from the system. I've tried turning it up much higher, but still no sound comes from any speaker. I've checked a fuse in the footwell area of the drivers side and it is fine. What can I check next?
My 2011 Subaru Outback has 65,000 miles on it. the dealership is telling me that I need to get the transmission fluid changed, cost $250. do I really need to get it changed, and is this a reasonable cost?

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