This generation of Outback carried the same model codes as the Legacy Wagon: BP9 for the 2.5 liter and BPE for the 3.0-liter model.

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removal rear seat of Subaru Outback 2006

I have had milk spilled on the back seat of our Subaru Outback and need to remove it to wash the rancid smell out of it.

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This video may help not for the same exact car but close

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvU0OWoW...

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This is a pretty good youtube video to match my problem with. Thanks Jimfixer for this notification. My vehicle is a station wagon and the method for the seat extraction was exactly the sames as the sedan. The bride and I had the stinkin' thing out in a minute! I've since given it a scrub with washing up detergent and also washed under the seat and the metal stuff under the seat. Then I rinsed the seat with fresh water and the metal stuff with diluted metho to dry it out faster. I'll install the seat again when its dry in a day or so, just to be sure. Laters from Nicko (down under)

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