20 Most Recent 2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca - Page 2 Questions & Answers


call your local subaru dealer i belive there is a recall about this ... (im 99% sure )

2007 Subaru B9... | Answered on Jun 05, 2014


not all faults show up as the same fault. Life would be easy if that was the case . However when there are a lot of faults exhibited and there is a loss of engine power The first thing that I check is the battery ,terminals for tension and clean and the drive belt for condition and tension. Lastly if the battery is failing many of the complaints will show up. I would suggest a load test done on the battery . If you got if from a car yard with that amount of miles on it I would question the strength and age of the battery . These suggestions may not fix the faults but at least you will have eliminated the major cause cheaply.

2007 Subaru B9... | Answered on Apr 10, 2014


There is no key cylinder to open the trunk?

Have to go to a repair shop & ask what they do

2007 Subaru B9... | Answered on Apr 08, 2014


If the radio is a OEM fitment it may be controlled by the CPU in which case the program for it may be corrupted from taking the battery out all the time . Have the CPU reset using a code reader and if that doesn't fix the fault then it may need specialist audio sop assistance.

2007 Subaru B9... | Answered on Feb 22, 2014


The newer vehicles today use synthetic fluids in their engines as well as the transmissions. Any type of synthetic transmission fluid will work. You will need 12 qts. of fluid to flush the unit. But usually to flush a transmission you need a transmission flush machine or access to one. Unless you are going to drop the filter pan then you are really not flushing the transmission.

2007 Subaru B9... | Answered on Oct 07, 2013


before start job suction out power steering fluid out of pump using large sirenge or siphon pump then.you need a table vise and two pieces of wood.okay to remove power steering pump. you need to disconnect the ground cable.remove air intake duct.remove the pulley cover.remove the drive belt.disconnect power steering pump switch connector.disconnect the pressure hose and the suction hose from the power steering pump.cover power steering hose and pipe keep getting trash dirt and debris.remove the installation bolt of the power steering pump bracket.place the oil pump bracket in a vise btween two pieces of wood keep from damaging bracket and remove the two bolts from the front side of the pump.remove bolt from rear side of the oil pump.disassemble the oil pump and the bracket by inserting flat tip screw driver.to install tighten oil pump to bracket bolts 12 ft lbs. tighten the bolt from the rear side of the oil pump to 27 ft lbs.tighten steering hose eye bolts to 30 ft lbs.replace fluid bleed air out power steering system.

2007 Subaru B9... | Answered on Nov 28, 2012


If you have searched everywhere in the vehicle then as a last resort a hammer and chisel has worked for me more than once

2007 Subaru B9... | Answered on Nov 27, 2012

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