The Subaru Outback is available in both sedan and estate car versions. The sedan has one sunroof in the front, and the estate car has dual sunroofs: one front and one rear. The sunroofs are opened and closed by an electric Engine, and sometimes this Engine can fail. When the Engine fails, the sunroof remains expansive. Happily, Subaru has a road to manually quick both the front and rear sunroofs.
1. Fix the overhead map bright panel directly above the windscreen. Accommodation a flat screwdriver under the shiny map ablaze lens and gently pry downward to remove it.
2. Loosen and remove the two screws under the removed map flashing lens, using the Phillips screwdriver.
3. Pull the bezel down, exposing a hex screw on the sunroof's Engine. This is the tome override for the front sunroof.
Turn the hex wrench clockwise to shut and seal the sunroof.11. Push the plug back into the headliner until it snaps into place.
Turn the screw clockwise to lower the sunroof once it is fully closed.
6. Compass the map shine meeting back on the vehicle and tighten the screws, using a Phillips screwdriver. Press the shining lens back onto the luminosity meeting until it clicks into berth.
Rear Sunroof (Wagon Only)
7. Locate the plastic plug in the center of the headliner, approximately 12 inches to the rear of the sunroof.
8. Place a flat screwdriver under the plug and pry the plug out. Notice a hex screw under the plug. This is the manual override for the rear sunroof.
9. Place the hex wrench in the screw under the plug.
10.4. Lasting the sunroof by turning the screw counterclockwise, using the hex wrench.5.