Electrical System Problems of Subaru Outback

Subaru Outback owners have reported 382 electrical system related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 23 most common electrical system problems. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's electrical system (257 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's wiring (45 problems). For details of each of the problem category, use the links in the table.

  Recently reported Electrical System problems of Subaru Outback

The Electrical System problem

The entire "infotainment" system, central display console, and control panel does not work. It will not turn on. The screen is black. Nothing works. The rear view camera safety system does not work. The radio, bluetooth, and navigation system does not work. This symptom is constant.   Read details...

The Wiring problem

The wiring of the rear hatch door electrical components is faulty and the wires between the car roof and the hatch break over time, due to normal hatch functions (e. G. Opening/closing). Depending on which wires break, rear-windshield wipers, license plate lights, back-up lights fail, causing a   Read details...

The Alternator/generator/regulator problem

Vehicle starting becomes slower for about 1 week and then it will not start at all. I then got a boost from a service garage in the first instance and drove the car to my selling dealer 40 km. Away. They did all the testing, battery, alternator and it did not show any codes.   Read details...

The Software problem

Wtz85 - Subaru of America, inc. (Subaru) is recalling 2018 model year legacy, Outback, and brz vehicles equipped with a certain combination of head unit hardware and software, due to the possibility of noncompliance with federal motor vehicle safety standard type: recall | service campaign: wtz85   Read details...

The Car Will Not Start problem

Problem: 360 cca batteries installed in new cars are not enough and they cause problems. My first indication was a year ago when I went to the store, was in there 10-15 minutes, and when I came out the car did not start.   Read details...




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