Introduced in 2005, as both a sedan and station wagon, the Subaru Outback is an all wheel drive vehicle. Keeping your windshield clean is an essential part of maintaining your car. Using your windshield washer fluid makes this job easier. If you’ve filled your reservoir and find there isn’t any fluid, you probably have a leak. Therefore, you need to locate it and replace your reservoir.
Tools Used: Tools, Windshield washer reservoir, Screwdriver, Wrench, Washer fluid, Drain bucket, Seals
Replace Windshield Washer Reservoir
Arrange for a new windshield washer reservoir before working on your Subaru Outback. This will save you time later, since you won’t have to dismantle your car twice. The part number depends on the year of your Outback.