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Subaru Legacy Service Manual: Caution

Prior to starting work, pay special attention to the following:

1. Always wear work clothes, a work cap, and protective shoes. Additionally, wear a helmet, protective goggles, etc. if necessary.

2. Protect the vehicle using a seat cover, fender cover, etc.

3. Prepare the service tools, clean cloth, containers to catch grease and oil, etc.

Place “NO OPEN FLAMES” signs near the working area.

Prepare a container and cloth to prevent scattering of fuels when performing work where fuels can be spilled. If the oil spills, wipe it off immediately to prevent from penetrating into floor or flowing out for environmental protection.

Vehicle components are extremely hot immediately after driving. Be wary of receiving burns from heated parts.

When performing a repair, identify the cause of trouble and avoid unnecessary removal, disassembly and replacement.

Before disconnecting connectors of sensors or units, be sure to disconnect the ground cable from battery.

Always use the jack-up point when the shop jacks or rigid racks are used to support the vehicle.

Remove contamination including dirt and corrosion before removal, installation, disassembly or assembly.

Keep the removed parts in order and protect them from dust and dirt.

All removed parts, if to be reused, should be reinstalled in the original positions with attention to the correct directions, etc.

Bolts, nuts and washers should be replaced with new parts as required.

Follow all government and local regulations concerning disposal of refuse when disposing fuel.

Specification
Fuel tankCapacity70 L (18.5 US gal, 15.4 Imp gal)LocationUnder rear seatFuel pumpTypeImpellerShutoff discharge pressure940 kPa (9.58 kg/cm2, 136.3 psi), or lessDischarge rate153 L (40.4 US gal, 33.7 I ...

Preparation tool
1. SPECIAL TOOLILLUSTRATIONTOOL NUMBERDESCRIPTIONREMARKS18471AA000FUEL PIPE ADAPTERUsed for draining fuel.42099AE000QUICK CONNECTOR RELEASEUsed for removing the quick connector of the fuel delivery tu ...

Other materials:

Inspection
1. Park the vehicle on a level surface.2. Turn the ignition switch to OFF, and wait until the engine cools.3. Remove the oil level gauge and wipe it clean.4. Reinsert the oil level gauge all the way. Be sure that the oil level gauge is correctly inserted in the proper direction.5. Pull out the oil l ...

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