Subaru Forester: Non-turbo models - Engine compartment overview - Maintenance and service - Subaru Forester Owner's ManualSubaru Forester: Non-turbo models

Non-turbo models
Non-turbo models

1) Power steering fluid reservoir
2) Manual transmission oil level gauge (MT) or Differential gear oil level gauge (AT)
3) Clutch fluid reservoir
4) Automatic transmission fluid level gauge
5) Brake fluid reservoir
6) Fuse box
7) Battery
8) Windshield washer tank
9) Engine oil filler cap
10) Engine coolant reservoir
11) Radiator cap
12) Engine oil filter
13) Engine oil level gauge
14) Air cleaner case

    Turbo models
    Turbo models 1) Power steering fluid reservoir 2) Differential gear oil level gauge (AT) 3) Clutch fluid reservoir 4) Automatic transmission fluid level gauge 5) Brake fluid reservoir 6) ...

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    Conditions causing automatic engine restart
    The engine will automatically start if:<> - climate control system demand increases - the vehicle’s speed reaches approximately 4km/h (2.5mph) - HDC or a Terrain Response special program ar ...

    RKE Linked To Memory — If Equipped
    When on is selected, you can use your RKE transmitter to recall one of two pre-programmed memory profiles. Each memory profile contains desired position settings for the driver seat, side mirror ...

    Rain sensor
    The rain sensor automatically regulates wiper speed according to the amount of water on the windshield. The sensitivity of the rain sensor can be adjusted moving the thumb wheel up (the wipers w ...