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Subaru Legacy Service Manual: Removal

1. REAR GATE PANEL

1. Disconnect the ground terminal from battery sensor. NOTE

2. Remove the rod - power rear gate. (Model with power rear gate) Power Rear Gate Rod > REMOVAL

3. Remove the trim panel - rear gate. Rear Gate Trim > REMOVAL

4. Remove the garnish assembly - rear gate. Rear Gate Garnish > REMOVAL

5. Remove the power rear gate touch sensor. (Model with power rear gate) Power Rear Gate Touch Sensor > REMOVAL

6. Remove the light assembly - rear finisher. Rear Finisher Light Assembly > REMOVAL

7. Remove the license plate light. License Plate Light > REMOVAL

8. Remove the rearview camera assembly. Rearview Camera System > REMOVAL

9. Remove the antenna assembly - radio. Antenna > REMOVAL

10. Remove the arm assembly - rear wiper and the motor assembly - rear wiper. Rear Wiper Motor > REMOVAL

11. Remove the rear antenna assembly - exterior. (Model with keyless access with push button start) Keyless Access Outdoor Antenna > REMOVAL

12. Remove the rear gate latch and actuator - rear gate. Rear Gate Latch and Actuator Assembly > REMOVAL

13. Remove the buffer - rear gate.

14. Remove the roof spoiler. Roof Spoiler > REMOVAL

15. Disconnect the hose assembly - rear washer.

(1) Disconnect the joint portion of the hose assembly - rear washer.

(2) Remove the clip.

16. Remove the nozzle - rear washer. Rear Washer > REMOVAL

17. Remove the rubber duct connection.

18. Disconnect the connector, and then pull out the harness from the panel - rear gate shown in the figure (a).

19. Remove the harness clip from the panel - rear gate.

20. Before removing the stay assembly - rear gate, prevent the panel - rear gate from closing by using a prop or the like.

CAUTION:

If the prop comes off, operators may get injured and vehicle may get damaged. Make sure to support the panel - rear gate with secure material to prevent injury or damage.

21. Remove the stay assembly - rear gate.

Model without power rear gate

1. Remove the stopper - rear gate and remove the attachment section on the side of the stay assembly - rear gate.

2. Remove the mounting bolts on the body side.

Model with power rear gate

CAUTION:

Do not remove the stop ring completely. Raise it to the position enough to remove the ball stud.

1. Gently push the stop ring against the ball stud to be raised with a flat tip screwdriver.

2. Pull the stay assembly - rear gate toward you, and remove the stay assembly - rear gate from the ball stud.

22. Remove the bolts of the hinge - rear gate, and remove the panel - rear gate.

CAUTION:

The panel - rear gate is heavy. When removing and installing it, always work in a team of two or more persons.

23. Remove the hinge - rear gate from the vehicle.

2. REAR GATE DAMPER STAY

CAUTION:

Do not damage piston rods and oil seals.

Never disassemble cylinders: They contain gas.

The panel - rear gate is heavy. When removing and installing it, always work in a team of two or more persons.

1. Before removing the stay assembly - rear gate, prevent the panel - rear gate from closing by using a prop or the like.

CAUTION:

If the prop comes off, operators may get injured and vehicle may get damaged. Make sure to support the panel - rear gate with secure material to prevent injury or damage.

2. Remove the stay assembly - rear gate.

Model without power rear gate

1. Remove the mounting portion on the stay assembly - rear gate.

2. Remove the mounting bolts on the body side.

Model with power rear gate

CAUTION:

Do not remove the stop ring completely. Raise it to the position enough to remove the ball stud.

1. Gently push the stop ring against the ball stud to be raised with a flat tip screwdriver.

2. Pull the stay assembly - rear gate toward you, and remove the stay assembly - rear gate from the ball stud.

Rear gate
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Adjustment
Adjust the clearance around the panel - rear gate as follows.PartStandardAPanel - rear gate to Roof panel6.6+1.5, −1.0 mm (0.26+0.06, −0.04 in)BSurface level gap: Panel - rear gate to Roof ...

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General precautions regarding SRS airbag system
WARNING  To obtain maximum protection in the event of an accident, the driver and all passengers must always wear seatbelts when in the vehicle. The SRS airbag is designed only to be a supplement to the primary protection provided by the seatbelt. It does ...

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