How to Change the Shocks on a Subaru Outback?

Answer The Subaru Outback is manufactured with rear shock absorbers that cushion vibrations from varied terrain. These shocks can wear out and require replacement, which should take the average backyard m... Read More »

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How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Subaru Outback?

The Subaru Outback is a unique wagon that drives like a sedan, but can haul like an SUV. To keep your ride smooth and the handling as good as it should be, replace your shocks and struts after 60,0... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a Subaru Outback?

You should change the oil on most Subaru Outbacks every 7,500 miles. However if you have a turbocharged engine, change the oil every 3,750 miles. Use an oil viscosity of 10W-30 and check the owner'... Read More »

How to Change the Thermostat in a Subaru Outback?

Subaru offers the Outback in the mid 1990s as a response to American drivers' desire for the elevated seating and ruggedness of the trendy SUVs. Making the most of the most desirable SUV features, ... Read More »

How to Change a Headlight in a 1998 Subaru Outback?

The 1998 Subaru Outback came available in two different models: the Impreza and the Legacy. Each featured a different style headlight, but both integrated the low-beam and high-beam headlights in o... Read More »