In this issue:
A program of periodic maintenance service offers an excellent opportunity to check the entire vehicle for possible wear or damage, and to assure trouble-free driving for your Subaru customers.
To reduce the possibility of repeat premature failures, Subaru has introduced a new procedure to service the rear wheel bearings on several vehicles. The new procedures are detailed here.
These tech tips apply to specific symptoms or conditions on Subaru air conditioning systems. Scan these pages to see if the symptoms on your problem vehicle match the descriptions here.
- H6 A/C Compressor Cutting Out
- Change To A/C Operation
- Evaporator Icing Countermeasure
- Repair Procedure
- Evaporator Thermostat Probe Location
- Phase II 4EAT Transmission Characteristics
- Delayed Engagement or judder felt when shifting into Reverse or Drive.
- Shock felt during light acceleration with the Lockup clutch applied.
- Click noise when transmission shifts from 2nd to 3rd.
- 2nd to 3rd shift flare after vehicle is parked.
- Transmission delays downshifting during low to middle speed acceleration.
- High Frequency noise at 65-70mph.
- Legacy/Outback A/C Operation