Since Subaru is having SO MUCH TROUBLE with the Battery? electrical system on their Outbacks, why don't they do something about it? I finally put on a 1000 CA battery in June and so far have not had the "dead Battery" problem return. Subaru, get off your duff and solve this.

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Asked by larry Dec 04, 2018 at 04:43 PM about the 2016 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It is about time Subaru stepped up to the plate and solved/resolved this
annoying glitch with their Outbacks. For a car that I am pretty pleased with this
is a giant pain in the **s. They are just putting in the cheapest battery they can
to get them off the lot.  

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Okay.... interesting.....why not just call the AAA and have them put a new battery in the car... unconditional guaranteed for 3 years and prorated for another 3 years .......they will find the precise battery for your car...no hassle.... AND, they come directly to you.... I purchased my AAA battery to ensure that if it fails, roadside assistance will bring me a replacement no matter where I am. Now, isn't that easy.... pretty hard to beat this service.

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