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Subaru Legacy Service Manual: Removal

1. Remove the front tires.

2. Remove the collector cover.

(1) Carefully pull up the rear of collector cover at two positions (A).

(2) Carefully pull up the front of collector cover at two positions (B) while moving it forward.

3. Disconnect the ground terminal from battery sensor. NOTE

4. Remove the air intake duct. Air Intake Duct > REMOVAL

5. Loosen the clamp (A) which connects the air intake boot.

6. Loosen the bolt (B) securing the air intake boot to the collector cover bracket.

7. Remove the air intake boot from the throttle body, and move the air intake boot to the left side wheel apron.

8. Disconnect the following connectors.

Transmission harness connectors

Transmission radio ground terminal

Inhibitor harness connector

(A)

Transmission harness connectors

(B)

Transmission radio ground terminal

(C)

Inhibitor harness connector

9. Remove the harness stay from the transmission.

10. Separate the ground cable clip to remove the battery cable bracket.

11. Disconnect the engine harness connector.

12. Remove the throttle body with the engine coolant hose connected. Throttle Body > REMOVAL

13. Disconnect the oxygen sensor harness connector.

14. Disconnect the harness connector, and then remove the engine hanger rear.

15. Remove the collector cover bracket.

16. Attach the ST to the engine.

Tightening torque:

19 N·m (1.9 kgf-m, 14.0 ft-lb)

ST 18360AA020HANGER

17. Remove the starter. Starter > REMOVAL

18. Remove the service hole plug.

19. Remove the four bolts combining the torque converter and drive plate while rotating the crank pulley a little at a time in the same direction as engine revolution.

CAUTION:

Be careful not to drop bolts into converter housing.

Be careful not to damage the mounting bolts.

20. Make sure the torque converter moves freely by rotating with finger through the starter installation hole.

21. Attach the ST to the converter case.

ST 498277200STOPPER SET

22. After pulling off the cotter pin and removing the castle nut, use a puller to remove the tie-rod end.

NOTE:

Use a tool appropriate to the structure, and be careful not to damage the boot of the joint while removing. The boot may be damaged depending on the tool used.

(A)

Cotter pin

(B)

Tie-rod end

(C)

Castle nut

23. Lift up the vehicle.

24. Remove the front under cover. Front Under Cover > REMOVAL

25. Remove the front exhaust pipe. Front Exhaust Pipe > REMOVAL

26. Remove the center exhaust cover.

27. Remove the exhaust hanger bracket.

28. Remove the CVTF drain plug to drain CVTF. CVTF > REPLACEMENT

29. Remove the snap pin and washer from shifter arm and remove the select cable from shifter arm.

(A)

Shifter arm

(B)

Snap pin

(C)

Select cable

(D)

Washer

30. Remove the plate assembly from the transmission case.

(A)

Select cable

(B)

Plate ASSY

31. Drain differential gear oil. Differential Gear Oil > REPLACEMENT

32. Remove the CVTF CVT inlet hose and CVTF CVT outlet hose.

33. Remove the universal joint. Universal Joint > REMOVAL

34. Remove the propeller shaft. Propeller Shaft > REMOVAL

35. Remove the stabilizer link.

36. Disconnect the lower arm ball joint and housing.

37. Pull out the front drive shaft from transmission using a crowbar.

38. Holding the joint of front drive shaft from transmission side, pull out the drive shaft from transmission with care not to stretch the boot.

39. Lower the vehicle.

40. Remove the nuts from left and right transmission mounting brackets.

41. Set the ST1 and ST2 to vehicle.

ST1 99099AJ000ENGINE HANGER
ST2 99099AJ010CHAIN BALANCER

CAUTION:

Set so that the chain sling does not contact the engine parts.

Install a bolt of φ8 mm (0.3 in) at the locations shown in the figure, and place the front side arms of ST (ENGINE HANGER).

Set the rear arms of ST (ENGINE HANGER) at the locations shown in the figure.

42. Lift the engine slightly and remove the bolts of front cushion rubber.

43. Remove the front cushion rubbers.

44. Temporarily attach ST by using two bolts.

ST 41099AJ010SPECIAL TOOL H6

45. Lift up the engine unit high enough to install the bolt and nut to vehicle.

CAUTION:

Do not lift up higher than enough level to install the ST to avoid damage to the hoses and pipes inside the engine room.

NOTE:

If it is difficult to pull out the stud bolt from transmission mounting bracket, slightly shake the engine unit while lifting up.

46. Tighten the mounting bolts on the engine side.

Tightening torque:

25 N·m (2.5 kgf-m, 18.4 ft-lb)

47. Remove the ST (ENGINE HANGER).

48. Remove the left and right transmission mounting brackets.

NOTE:

First, remove the transmission mounting bracket on the right side of vehicle, and then tilt the engine unit to remove the left transmission mounting bracket.

49. Remove the three transmission connecting bolts.

50. Set the ST (ENGINE HANGER) again to loosen the chain sling.

51. Lift up the vehicle.

52. Set the transmission jack under the transmission.

53. Remove the rear crossmember.

54. Lower the transmission rear end (dust cover rear end).

CAUTION:

When lowering the transmission rear end, be careful not to let the converter case and steering mechanical parts contact each other.

NOTE:

Lower the transmission rear end by approx. 80 mm (3.1 in) (reference).

55. Rotate the handle of ST (ENGINE HANGER) to apply tension to the chain sling.

56. Remove the two transmission connecting bolts and two nuts (lower side).

57. Remove the transmission assembly.

NOTE:

Remove it while moving the transmission jack up and down so that the engine and transmission remain directly aligned.

58. Remove the cushion rubber.

Automatic transmission assembly
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Installation
1. Attach the ST to converter case.ST 498277200STOPPER SET2. When completely overhauling the transmission, refill approx. 10 L (2.6 US qt, 8.8 Imp qt) of CVTF through the transmission right side pl ...

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Caution
1. Never connect the battery in reverse polarity.• Doing so may immediately damage the A/C CM.2. Do not disconnect the battery terminals while the engine is running.• A large counter electromotive force will be generated in the generator, and this voltage may damage electronic parts such ...

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