2001 Subaru Outback windshield compatibility

Asked by Mar 10, 2016 at 11:49 AM about the 2001 Subaru Outback Base Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What years are compatible for replacing front & rear
windshields.

3 Answers

23,835

Normally, you can get your front windshield replaced for FREE as part of your automobile insurance policy, it's a safety issue. Call them.

6,540

Huh? The answer is: 2000-2004.

23,835

If you have comprehensive insurance coverage on your car and your windshield is damaged, you don't need to know anything else than calling your insurance company. They will dispatch a mobile technician to your location with the exact windshield for your car and install it at no charge. Normally, there's a zero deductible on comprehensive coverage. This is when rocks and other debris either cracks or pits you windshield from a sand storm. It's a major safety issue and your insurance company would rather do this than put you and others at risk. This is an insurance risk management issue. Call them about it and they will explain this to you.

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