Question about 2011 Subaru Outback
Releasing back seat to install seat covers underneath
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For $5-$10 you can buy a 12 volt test light at auto store or hardware store if you don't already have one. Multimeter will work too. Probe (poke) wires going to motor for power when you hit switch. Should light up on one, when switch one way, and other wire when switch pushed other way. Just reverses polarity to move motor in different direction. If no power on any, then I'd go to switch and poke for wire with constant power at one of the terminals. If constant source going into switch, but nothing getting to motor, then I'd replace switch.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
you need to pull the belt out all the way to release it ,they have a locking mechanism for baby seats that stops them retracting,you pull them all the way out and they are reset and retract,common in modern cars,rare to give trouble
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
SOURCE: I am swapping the seats
Hello! Here is procedure to remove seats in you Outback...Guru....Saailer
There are 2 bolts in the front, and 2 in the rear.... You'll probably have to pop off some plastic trim to get to the rear bolts....The yellow harness goes to the side airbag. The airbag light will probably go on if you drive with it disconnected, which might disable the system...Disconnect heater connector..
Locate the two bolts that are directly below and in front of each rear seat cushion. Unscrew both bolts...Locate the bolt that is attached to the bar holding down the rear seat.... Find it in the crack at the center of the rear seats between the back and seat cushions.... Unscrew the bolt. Locate the bolt that is attached to the bar holding down the rear seat. ... Find it in the crack at the center of the rear seats between the back and seat cushions. Unscrew the bolt.... Push the seat in and then pull it out to release the seat from the bar.... Locate the two bolts that are still holding the seat in, near each of the rear doors.... Unscrew the bolts. Pull the lever on the passenger side in the gap between the back and seat cushions to put both rear seats down.... Grab the seats by the headrests and lift up both sides to remove the seats....
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
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