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The wife's 2015 Outback 2.5i Premium w/150k is currently at the dealership with an EPB warning light on and an issue with the left rear parking brake sticking (the recall was already fixed). The service desk claims the VDC hydraulic unit and the right side of the harness needs to be replaced. From what i've researched, the EPB is entirely electronic/mechanical on this vehicle and not included in the hydraulic system. It also makes no sense to me that the right side harness would cause left sided failure of the system. It's not having a stroke. Part #s- VDC H/U #27596AL00E & harness #26018AL02B. If anyone can confirm or deny the service desk's claim I'd be more than appreciative. We really don't have $1200 to flush right now.
Yester I became the owner of a 2009 (4th gen) Outback with for Europe all options including VDC and limited dark red leather. It has a 2.5 bi-fuel system linked to the 4eat. This is quite a big step forward from my 1.6 impreza from 1999 with no options at all (no airbags, abs no nothing not even a/c). My car before that was a FWD automatic legacy (1st gen). But now: The user manual states to use the AWD-fuse in case of mismatched tires when no VDC system is present and it is an automatic. However it does not state what to do when VDC system is present on an automatic. I have not checked if the fuse location is present.
monk50 posted a topic in 1990 to Present Legacy, Impreza, Outback, Forester, Baja, WRX&WrxSTI, SVXA friend has a 2001 Outback vdc. The heater blower stopped blowing. It will not blow on any speed. I found fuses behind the change door to the left of the steering wheel, in addition to the fuse box under the hood. All fuses were good. Can anyone tell me where exactly is the blower relay on the 2001 Outback VDC? Thanks monk in NC