Subaru Legacy: Locking and unlocking from the outside - Door locks - Keys and doors - Subaru Legacy Owners ManualSubaru Legacy: Locking and unlocking from the outside

To lock the drivers door from the outside with the key, turn the key toward

To lock the drivers door from the outside with the key, turn the key toward the rear. To unlock the door, turn the key toward the front.

Pull the outside door handle to open an unlocked door.

Locking without the key

Locking without the key
1) Rotate the lock lever rearward.
2) Close the door.

To lock the door from the outside without the key, rotate the lock lever rearward and then close the door.

Locking without the key

Locking without the key

1) Press the front side of the power door locking switch.
2) Close the door.

To lock the door from the outside using the power door locking switch, press the front side of the switch (LOCK side) and then close the door. In this case, all closed doors and the rear gate (Outback) are locked at the same time.

Always make sure that all doors and the rear gate are locked before leaving your vehicle.

NOTE

Make sure that you do not leave the key inside the vehicle before locking the doors from the outside without the key.

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