Subaru Forester: Auto Start Stop system / System operation

CAUTION

The Auto Start Stop system is designed to automatically stop and restart the engine for a short period of time during idling. Do not use the system when parking the vehicle normally.

So that it can be used safely and comfortably, in addition to driver operations, the Auto Start Stop system is designed to constantly monitor the vehicle conditions as well as the environment inside and outside the vehicle, in order to control stopping and restarting of the engine.

After the vehicle has been completely stopped by depressing the brake pedal with the select lever in the “D” position, the engine will be automatically stopped.

If you release the brake pedal with the select lever kept in the “D” position, the engine will be automatically restarted.

However, when the Auto Vehicle Hold ON indicator light illuminates, the engine will not restart.

Subaru Forester. System operation

Auto Start Stop indicator light (green) (type A)

Subaru Forester. System operation

Auto Start Stop indicator light (green) (type B)

If the engine is temporarily stopped by the system, the Auto Start Stop indicator light on the combination meter will illuminate in green. This indicator light will turn off when the system restarts the engine.

NOTE

  • After starting the engine, if the vehicle is left idling without being driven, the Auto Start Stop system will not operate.
  • Your vehicle is equipped with a special high-performance battery. When replacing the vehicle battery, be sure to replace it with a genuine SUBARU battery (or equivalent) designed specifically for use in a vehicle equipped with the Auto Start Stop system. For details, we recommend that you consult your SUBARU dealer.

Auto Start Stop system

The Auto Start Stop system is designed to automatically stop and re..

Operational conditions

The engine can be automatically stopped by the Auto Start Stop system when all of the following conditions are met. The engine is sufficiently warmed up...

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Type B multi-function display (color LCD)

Turn the ignition switch to “ON”.

Subaru Forester. Type B multi-function display (color LCD)

Press the Subaru Forester. Type B multi-function display (color LCD) button. Select “Settings”. Select “Vehicle”. Select “Time/Date” and then select “Manual”.

Subaru Forester. Type B multi-function display (color LCD)

Set the each items plus and minus. Select Subaru Forester. Type B multi-function display (color LCD) to complete the clock setting.

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