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Subaru Legacy Service Manual: Inspection

1. CHECK ACCELERATOR PEDAL SENSOR AREA (METHOD WITH CIRCUIT TESTER)

1. Disconnect the ground terminal from battery sensor. NOTE

2. Remove the ECM. Engine Control Module (ECM) > REMOVAL Engine Control Module (ECM) > REMOVAL

3. Install the ST between the ECM and bulkhead harness and the engine harness. General Description > CAUTION General Description > CAUTION

ST 18460AA050CHECK BOARD

4. Connect the ground terminal to battery sensor. NOTE

5. Turn the ignition switch to ON. (Engine OFF)

6. Measure the voltage between ECM connector terminals using ST.

Main sensor side

(A)

To the check board connector (ECM connector)

Sub sensor side

(A)

To the check board connector (ECM connector)

Accelerator pedal sensor

Accelerator pedal

Terminal No.

Standard

Main

Not depressed (full closed)

29 (+) and 33 (−)

0.3 — 1.1 V

Depressed (full opened)

2.3 — 3.8 V

Sub

Not depressed (full closed)

31 (+) and 34 (−)

0.3 — 1.1 V

Depressed (full opened)

2.3 — 3.8 V

7. After inspection, install the related parts in the reverse order of removal.

2. CHECK ACCELERATOR PEDAL SENSOR AREA (METHOD WITH SUBARU SELECT MONITOR)

1. Turn the ignition switch to ON. (Engine OFF)

2. Read the accelerator pedal opening angle signal and voltage of accelerator pedal sensor using Subaru Select Monitor. Subaru Select Monitor > OPERATION Subaru Select Monitor > OPERATION

Accelerator pedal sensor

Accelerator pedal opening angle signal

Standard

Main

0.0%

0.3 — 1.1 V

100.0%

2.3 — 3.8 V

Sub

0.0%

0.3 — 1.1 V

100.0%

2.3 — 3.8 V

3. OTHER INSPECTIONS

1. Check that the accelerator pedal does not have deformation, cracks or damage.

2. Check for smooth operation when the accelerator pedal is depressed.

3. Check if the accelerator pedal returns to its original position smoothly when the pedal is released.

Installation
1. Install the accelerator pedal assembly, and connect the connector.Tightening torque:7.5 N·m (0.8 kgf-m, 5.5 ft-lb)2. Connect the ground terminal to battery sensor. NOTE ...

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