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2005 Subaru Outback Consumer Discussions

I have a 2005 Subaru Outback. I will be driving and lose all power to the car and it dies. I will try to restart the car and all the battery power will be on (lights, radio, power windows, etc.) howev...

These outdated, ugly cars better be replaced in 2005. The rear leg room is laughable. I hope the next Outback is more luxurious. I wonder what these will be like....

Thanks for reading - I have a 2013 Outback with approx 40k miles. There is a 2008 outback 68k miles that I was looking at. I can afford my 2013 car payments but I'd really like to save some money. I'l...

My air conditioning system suddenly stopped cooling the incoming warm air last week. 2005 Subaru Outback Sedan mileage 49364. Took it to my usual Subaru service place (which is hit or miss.) First the...

He's rebuilding the motor on a 2005 Outback which is rust-free. He said the head gasket was leaking - but just a little bit. Could have been driven on for a while, but he's doing the repairs and repla...

I bought this car about 5 months ago, with 37,000 miles on it. Now that it has gotten warm, I'm noticing an intermittent problem. The AC will work fine for a while, then stop working. My mechanic fou?...

List of problems I've been having....so far. Any thoughts/direction:...

Hi, this is my first post. I'm feeling frantic! I just tried to drive my car to the store and got just down the drive way when I felt the car shaking and studdering. It has never done this. The "?...

I took my car to a AAA Car Care Center for an oil change. They also have a list of items they inspect; upon their inspections he recommended 3 additional services:...

I am looking at getting a used 2005 Subaru Outback XT Limited or a 2005 Toyota 4Runner Limited. I spend most of my time in the burbs, but do get out to go skiing and camping/backpacking. I currently...

I have recently purchased a 2005 Subaru Outback. I was immediately impressed by how quickly the heater heats up....

I have a 15 year old Outback legacy limited only 145,000 - love it and still running great. And a 2005 Forester my son has driven since he got his license 10 years ago. I want, don't need, want a new...

I'm looking to pick up an Outback wagon and someone on Car Talk forums recommended picking up a 2005 or beyond, as some earlier year models had a tendency to have problems with leaking head gaskets....
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