Initialization Procedure for Power Rear Gate (PRG) System – 2014 Subaru Forester

NUMBER: 07-76-13R
DATE: 07/01/13
REVISED: 07/08/13

 

APPLICABILITY: 2014MY Forester Models
SUBJECT: Initialization Procedure for Power Rear Gate (PRG) System when PRG is inoperative with or without DTCs

DTCs B2500, B2501, B2507, B2508, B2509, B2513, B2523, B250B present.

 

INTRODUCTION

This Bulletin provides a more detailed review of the procedures for re-initializing the PRG system which is already outlined as part of the Service Manual diagnostics.  If you receive a customer concern of an inoperative power rear gate, after confirmation of the concern, perform the following initialization procedures first to see if normal operation can be restored.  It is important to do this before further troubleshooting is done or replacing any suspected components as this condition may not be the result of a component failure.

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Revised Sunroof Deflector for Rattling Sound – 2014 Subaru Forester

NUMBER: 12-163-14
DATE: 02/05/14

 

APPLICABILITY: 2014MY Forester
SUBJECT: Revised Sunroof Deflector for Rattling Sound

 

INTRODUCTION

If you receive a customer concern of a rattling sound from the sunroof air deflector while driving with the roof panel closed, a countermeasure part has been developed to eliminate it.  Non-woven material has been added to the resin cover portions of the air deflector as shown in the illustration below.

Sunroof Deflector

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07-116-16R – Supplemental Service Procedure Information to be Used in Conjunction with Campaigns WQP-51, WQR-53R and TKA, B, C-16R –

NUMBER: 07-116-16R
DATE: 11/11/16
REVISED: 12/30/16

 

APPLICABILITY: All Affected Models
SUBJECT: Supplemental Service Procedure Information to be Used in Conjunction with Campaigns WQP-51, WQR-53R and TKA, B, C-16R

 

INTRODUCTION:

This Service Information bulletin is intended to provide helpful tips to Technicians performing  the above-listed airbag inflator assembly replacement recalls.  This information should increase  Technician efficiency and the recall completion percentages of their Service Departments.  The  supplemental tips provided here are to be used in conjunction with the Service Procedures already published in the current campaign bulletins and applicable Service Manuals.

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