For 2011 Forester and Impreza vehicles equipped with the TomTom navigation system: Should the audio unit or the Personal Navigation Device (PND) not respond normally, it is necessary to reset them. First press the reset button on the audio head unit. At that time, all settings will change to the factory default. NOTE: Press the reset button for LESS THAN five seconds.
Then press the reset button on the bottom of the PND. Customized settings will remain when the PND is reset.
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Drivers know immediately when they hit a pothole. The heart-stopping, teeth-jarring noise is hard to mistake. However, it’s not always immediately clear if hitting the pothole caused damage to the vehicle, and to what extent.
Hitting a pothole can damage tires, wheels, steering, suspension, wheel alignment, and more. If you experience any of the following warning signs after hitting a pothole, take your vehicle to a Subaru dealer for inspection.
Loss of control, swaying when making routine turns, bottoming-out on city streets, or bouncing excessively on rough roads – the steering and suspension may have been damaged
Pulling in one direction instead of maintaining a straight path, and uneven tire wear – symptoms of an alignment problem
Low tire pressure, bulges or blisters on the sidewalls, or dents in the rim