137 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2006 Subaru Outback. 38 of these members
(27.7%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 67 engine repairs to 2006 Subaru Outbacks--an average of 0.5 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Code P1844 - Lower Clutch Pressure Fault
Cleaned electrical connections and cleared code. If problem returns they'll need to drop the pan and check electrical connections in transmission. If that fails, they will have to replace valve body.
car overheated in traffic - we brought it home and took it in after the long weekend; repair shop identified faulty relay motor and 2 faulty rad fans+motor assemblies; test/tune A/C
also did oil chg at same time. $700 parts and $200 labor
oxygen sensor(threading stripped) was causing check engine light to be on and disabled cruise control;(400)
also, battery needed replacement (200)
and swapped snow tires on (45)
chk eng lt had been on and off problem for months; now fixed
Shudder when shifting and vibration at certain speeds.
#4 cylinder head gasket leaking . Replaced under 60k 5 year powertrain warranty
Had pass side headgasket replaced.
Symptoms: Ran rough after/in heavy rain. Check engine light on. Scan: Misfire cylinder #3. Diagnosis: Cracked Coil. Repair: Replace Coil. So far, so good.
Took car back in to look at the heatshields. There was no rust problem. The problem is the pads inside the heatshields which cannot be repaired without replacing the heatshields. Why can't they replace the pads only and save the enviroment
Replaced brakes and rotors, alignment, something with the fuel injection.