What are common problems with 2006 subaru outback wagon
The worst problem to watch out for is that it has been driven for 10 years by a frazzled single mom who did no maintenance, ran over curbs, and loaned it to her teenage son to drive to high school-
The biggest deal with those are the head gaskets! Make sure they are not leaking. Also it's very important to have the timing belt changed about every 100K.
Head gaskets but also timing belts. Use Subaru anti-leak in the radiator. The belts are not a problem if you change them on time and also change the water pump and idler wheels at the same time.
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