2016 SUBARU OUTBACK BRAKES

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Asked by donaldrf Oct 01, 2018 at 01:20 PM about the 2016 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

INSTALLED NEW PADS & ROTORS THIS WEEKEND ON 2016 OUTBACK. WE
RETRACTED THE REAR PISTONS AS DESCRIBED BY TURNING
CLOCKWISE. ALSO INSTALLED NEW PADS & ROTORS ON FRONT. NOW
EYESIGHT NOT OPERATIONAL, SAYS OFF. ABS LIGHTS ON. E BRAKE NOT
FUNCTIONING CORRECTLY.  NOW WHAT?

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Possible brake adjustment issue. Did you accidentally damage or unplug an ABS sensor?

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Turns out on this model you have to use an electronic scan tool to essentially "disengage" the electronic e-brake. If you don't it flips all kinds of alarms and codes. My local Subaru specialist said I had 38 codes.

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