196 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Subaru Tribeca. 23 of these members
(11.7%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 40 electrical repairs to Subaru Tribecas--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Sat nav display failed. Dealer order and replaced audio unit, apparently on advice from Subaru. Tech reported all was fine after test drive. Unit was faulty when I got in car. Subaru indicated now that display has to be replaced.
Dealer replaced sat nav display at Subaru's expense
Remote start would shut off after a few minutes of idling then continue to restart.
Remote start control module was replaced
Driver's side headlight bulb burned out.
Replaced driver side lowbeam bulb (2nd time).
Replaced power window switch for driver's side front window
front headlight blew out (2nd time) but was repaired at no charge under warranty
Navigation screen went out.Ordered parts and submitted claim. Replaced navigation screen.
Compressor -a Subaru only part; no after market parts are (ever available).
Problems with manually shifting. Repair shop cleaned the contacts on a switch -problem resolved. Driver's Window not responding or slow to respond to attempts to roll it up or down. Contacts cleaned and problem resolved. Shop did for free. Thank You Eagle Tire!!!