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2003 Subaru Outback Consumer Discussions

2003 Subaru Outback
Just bought a 2003 Outback. Can anyone tell me what the 3 switches all the way on the left of the dash do? Also, the one on the top of the column marked with the P. Sorry for the dumb question but I ...

I have had a lot of repairs in the past year and a half on my 2003 outback (well over $5,000). The timing belt just went and I was told I need a new engine by the shop AAA towed to. Looking back at ...

I have the 2003 Outback VDC with McIntosh Radio and just recently the radio became stuck on the weatherband channel and one that doesn't even come in locally. Is anyone having a similar experience wit...

I have a 2003 Outback. A friend of mine took me to the airport and used the car. She did not have the alarm fob and set the alarm off. After a few hours of the alarm going off, she was able to get the...

Perhaps complicating things is the fact that we just bought a new Outback for my wife with the intention of selling her Forester to her parents. Obviously, we don't want to give them something with a ...

I purchased a 2011 Subaru Outback two months ago without seeing the specific vehicle (I had test driven the exact same model for ~45 minutes in all different driving conditions) and I've been experien...

I just purchased a 2003 LL Bean H6 Outback. It has 151,000 miles already. After reading a post about what should be done if you do not know the history of the vehicle I plan to do what was recommend...

Within less than 8 months of having the 2003 LL Bean edition my car developed a leak in the roof. I have had to take it to the service center twice in two weeks. They say it is the channels but theā€¦...

I think I'd search for a higher mileage 2002 Outback Sport, or a 2003+ Legacy/Outback....

I purchased a Subaru Outback 2003 LL Bean edition used in 2006 with 44,000 miles. This car was highly recommended as a best buy used car. When we did research online and spoke with friends and family....

I liked the Impreza but did missed the larger cargo area (previously had 1996 and 2003 Outback). The Forester does have more power but the Impreza was pretty peppy....

My family had a 1997 Subaru Outback and it lasted till Nov. 2010 with 190 thousand miles. It was really reliable until it got past 180 thousand miles. I attribute its longevity to getting oil change...

I have a Subaru Legacy Outback, which celebrates this month its 20-th (yes twentieth) birth day with rear LSD part of the winter package ($500 at the time) - heated front seats (my wife likes them), h...

Outbacks, Legacys, and Foresters all have the same 2.5L boxer 4 cylinder engine....

2003 H-6 Outback wagons (only) are also now rated to tow 2400 pounds. All other Outbacks, including H-6 sedans remain at 2000 pounds....
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