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

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) Fuse box
7) Battery
8) Windshield washer tank
9) Engine oil filler cap
10) Engine coolant reservoir
11) Engine oil level gauge
12) Radiator cap
13) Air cleaner case

    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 ...

    Engine oil
    NOTE - The engine oil consumption rate is not stabilized, and therefore cannot be determined until the vehicle has traveled at least several thousand miles (kilometers). Even after break-in, ...

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    Windscreen wipers
    Windscreen wipers 1. Rotate the collar to adjust the intermittent period. The intermittent delay period will vary and is controlled by either vehicle speed or a rain sensor. The control must be ...

    Transmission positions
    Park position Do not shift the transmission into position P() unless the vehicle is stationary. The parking lock should not be used as a brake when parking. In addition to engaging the parking lo ...

    Bluetooth® information
    Bluetooth® is the name for short-range radio frequency (RF) technology that allows electronic devices to communicate wirelessly with each other. The Land Rover Bluetooth® system supports Blu ...