Question about 2004 Subaru Outback
For some reason you are loosing fluid pressure to the low gear clutch, there are a few things that might cause this most of them are not good, but there is one thing you can do with just a few hand tools, try doing a service and add some transX you might get lucky, we call transX magic fluid in a can. also make sure the transmission is full of fluid. if after trying this there is no change then you are going to have to do what is called a ling pressure test. you do this by installing a pressure gage in the service port on the transmission and and checking the output pressure of the transmission pump. it does take some special tools and a special skill set to go much further. the transmission is pretty complected and i cant recommend trying to dissemble the thing yourself, you could do a lot more damage the good......sorry
let me know if there is any thing else i can do for you.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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