Subaru Legacy Outback 2000 KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry Programming Procedure
How to Program Subaru Outback KeyFob Remote Keyless Entry for the year 2000
Note. If key fob buttons are operated repeatedly whilst vehicle is out of range and central locking / alarm system becomes inoperative or a replacement key fob is obtained. The following programming procedure is required to be carried out before the key fob will operate correctly.
If using the following manual key programming procedure: all the existing key fobs must be present, as the manual programming procedure will overwrite the existing key fobs, and make them inoperatable for the vehicle.
- Remove driver‟s side kick trim panel
- Connect central locking registration harness plug (white) connectors together (black wire and black/blue wires)
- Manually “Unlock” the vehicle using the key
- Press the “Unlock” button and then the “Lock” on the key fob
- The vehicle should “Unlock” and “Lock” as the key fob buttons are pressed to confirm programming of key fob
- Repeat above procedure to re-program any remaining key fobs.
- After the last key fob has been programmed, disconnect the central locking registration harness plug (white) connectors together (black wire and black/blue wires), and refit driver’s side kick trim panel
- Confirm operation of key fobs by locking and unlocking vehicle using key fob buttons.
Note. A maximum of 3 key fobs can be programmed to the vehicle.
About Subaru Legacy Outback
In 1996, a variant of the Legacy with heightened suspension called the Legacy Outback was introduced to compete in the burgeoning sport-utility vehicle class and proved to be a sales success for Subaru. The Outback line was split into its own model in 2000, known as the Subaru Outback.
As of 2008, 3.6 million Legacy models have been built since its 1989 introduction.
Production of the Legacy ended in Japan in June 2020. (Source Wiki)