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Replacing a/c hoses in Subaru Outback 2004

What are the directions to replacing the air conditioning lines on 2004 Subaru Outback? Part #s 73424ae06a 73422ae07a

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Where is the thermostst located on a 2000 subaru outback? also need info on flushing the raditor Thanks


Get your self some ramps pull the inspection cover off the botton on the car follow the fat hose up to where your themostat is remove hose and empty your block for antifreeze pull off old thermostat remove and replace then on passenger side radiator un screw plastic butter fly antifreeze will come out of there take bottle where antifreeze is and clean take cap off and clean catch all the antifreeze in bottles then you can flush system out drain water out same way when replacing antifreeze you need to open upper heater hose to burp system 50% 50% works fine unless you live here witch I run 75% anti 25% water I also own a 2000 subaru outback loaded

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I have a 2001 subaru outback and appears to be leaking coolant from thermostat but not having loss of heat yet. Can gasket be replaced or do you have to replace whole thermostat? Also where can I find...


This sounds most likely to be a lower radiator hose leak (very common). It may be just as simple as tightening the hose clamp holding the hose to the radiator. If tightening the clamp does not work, replace the hose. When replacing the hose you must first drain all the coolant from the radiator and engine. Once its all drained, loosen the hose clamps on the hose thats leaking, pull the hose off and replace it with a new one. Tighten down the hose clamps and add coolant.

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Air conditioning won't work on 2000 subaru outback


the most common cause of course is a low system refrigerent charge, this would be due to a leak, the most common cause of leakage is the front shaft seal of the AC compressor

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Idle malfunction


You need to replace your idle air controller (IAC). IAC basically opens and closes the throttle at idle so it stays at constants RPM.  Hope this helps.  Thanks for an honest rating and for using FixYa.

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My airconditioner in my 2004 subaru outback is


you need manual gauges to do a pressure test

May 08, 2009 | 2004 Subaru Outback

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2005 subaru outback cabin air filter install


Yes the o5 outback has a cabin air filter and it is located behind the glove box. You have to remove the glove box, once you get it out of the way you will need to remove the 4 metal clips that hold it in place and make sure you put the filters in with the arrows pointing in the right direction for air flow. Other wise you will have restriction through the vents

Apr 11, 2009 | 2005 Subaru Outback

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Power steering pump replacement for Subaru Outback


REMOVAL

  1. Remove ground terminal from battery.
  2. Remove pulley belt cover bracket.



  1. Loosen lock bolt and slider bolt and remove power steering pump drive V-belt.
  2. Disconnect connector from power steering pump switch.



  1. Disconnect pipe C and suction hose from oil pump. CAUTION:
    • Do not allow fluid from the hose end to come into contact with pulley belt.
    • To prevent foreign matter from entering the hose and pipe, cover the open ends of them with a clean cloth.



  1. Remove bolts which install power steering pump bracket.



  1. Place oil pump bracket in a vise, remove two bolts from the front side of oil pump. CAUTION: Do not place oil pump bracket directly in the vise; use soft pads and hold oil pump lightly to protect the pump.



  1. Remove socket from oil pump.
  2. Remove bolt from the rear side of oil pump.

Jan 18, 2009 | 2002 Subaru Outback

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How hard and long to replace the radiator of a 1997 subaru outback


Replacing the Radiator is as good as it gets showing why Subaru is the best car ever built. Should not take more than an hour of time to R and R. I suggest leaving fans on Radiator when removing. 2 bolts on top and unhook hoses, Trans lines and unplug fans. Lift out. Remove fan assembly and install on new Radiator, Reinstall hook lines. When you have reassembled lines hoses and wires, you are ready to refill. There is a small plastic cap on the passenger side of radiator to remove to aid in bleeding the system. Refill with proper coolant before starting vehicle. Turn on heater full and start vehicle. Slowly add coolant as necessary. This does take a little more time to make sure all air is out of system. Make sure you have good heat coming from inside and system is full then replace plastic screw and cap. Refill reserve bottle and keep eye on it. Should be good to go. Don't let jobs like this frieghten you. They are much easier than people will lead you to believe. Just have a good working area and good tools. You may have to replace some of the hose clamps if the factory ones come apart during removal. Good luck.

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Subaru Outback- maintenance schedule- air filter


if your still making payments on the car and its a dealer schedule servicing make sure you have them replace it.your warranty goes out the window when you dont follow there service plans.if not making payments you can wait.your under milage and you have a newer car i wouldnt worry

Dec 30, 2008 | 2005 Subaru Outback

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