|APPLICABILITY:||2014-15 Forester Models|
|SUBJECT:||Exterior Auto Dim Mirrors with Approach Lighting|
There have been a limited number of cases where the appearance of the exterior Auto Dim mirror glass has changed to having a permanent dark blue or yellowish tint (sometimes also with a pattern) as shown in the example photos below.
|APPLICABILITY:||2015MY Legacy and Outback Models with Fujitsu Ten (F10) Navigation / Audio System|
|SUBJECT:||Clock Time Will Not Adjust or Displays Dashes|
This Service Information outlines a procedure to address a customer concern of either the clock display time adjustment buttons do not work or 3 “dashes” appear when they are pressed. The concern may also be that the displayed time cannot be adjusted when using the “+” or “-“ buttons. These concerns can be addressed with a customizable setting function of the Navigation / Audio system.
|APPLICABILITY:||All 2015-17MY Vehicles with Fujitsu TEN (F10) 7in. Multimedia Navigation (AVN) & Display Audio Units|
|SUBJECT:||“Gen 2” & “Gen 2.1” Operating Tips|
This bulletin provides information to help diagnose and address different conditions relating to customer concerns which may arise when operating the new-generation “Gen 2” and “Gen 2.1” F10 Navigation and Display Audio systems. We will continue to add more helpful tips to this TSB as they become available.
|APPLICABILITY:||2014-15MY XV Crosstrek Hybrid (HEV) Models with Fujitsu-Ten (F10) SD Navigation / Audio System|
|SUBJECT:||Audio Volume Level Drops While Driving|
This bulletin provides a service procedure to address a customer concern of the audio volume level decreasing when slowing the vehicle from speeds above 25 mph by applying the brake. The condition occurs when listening to an FM radio station that is exhibiting poor to moderate reception. The cause is radio frequency (RF) “noise” coming from one of the HEV components located under the trunk floor intermixing with the weak radio signal and causing the automatic speed volume control function of the audio unit to activate in error.