Question about Subaru Outback
Apart from the fuse box in the engine bay there is a fuse repository behind the coin alcove underneath the boot release. Fuse 3 for the lighter (I think) was blown. I replaced it and now the climate control console responds and the display lights up.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
This cigarette lighter socket.... of course! I jumped into my Outback today to go get new tyres fitted. It was a cold wintery day here in Melbourne so I went to put the heater on. No Luck. Display for the Climate Control was dead. No lights, no functions at all... Damn. I have been away for 9 weeks, I came home to a flat Battery and low tyre. Jump started car left it running while I used crappy 12v compressor which lasted 30 seconds... BLOWING CIGARETTE LIGHTER FUSE. Didn't replace it, went on to use proper 240V Compressor, all good. A day later after using Battery charger on car after it wouldn't start, realise battery is dead dead. Trade in battery for new one. Fit to car, all good. Today, as I mentioned, I realise no heater controls. Search through forums on net to find this.... The BLOWN CIGARETTE LIGHTER FUSE!!!!!! Thanks MIGNUN1
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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