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Subaru Legacy Service Manual: Removal

Spark plug:

Refer to “SPECIFICATION” for spark plug. General Description > SPECIFICATION

1. RH SIDE

1. 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.

2. Disconnect the ground terminal from battery sensor. NOTE

3. Remove the air cleaner case. Air Cleaner Case > REMOVAL

4. Remove the engine harness stay (A).

5. Disconnect the connector (B) from ignition coil.

6. Remove the ignition coil.

NOTE:

Turn the #5 ignition coil to remove it.

7. Remove the spark plug with a spark plug socket.

(A)

Ratchet handle

(B)

Extension bar

(C)

Universal joint

(D)

Spark plug socket

2. LH SIDE

1. 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.

2. Remove the battery. Battery > REMOVAL

3. Remove the engine harness stay (A).

4. Disconnect the connector (B) from ignition coil.

5. Remove the ignition coil.

NOTE:

Turn the #6 ignition coil to remove it.

6. Remove the spark plug with a spark plug socket.

(A)

Ratchet handle

(B)

Extension bar

(C)

Universal joint

(D)

Spark plug socket

Spark plug
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Inspection
1. Check the spark plug for abnormalities. If defective, replace the spark plug.(A)Terminal damage(B)Crack or damage in insulator(C)Damaged gasket2. Check the spark plug electrode and condition of the ...

Other materials:

Replacement
1. ACCESS KEY REGISTRATIONNOTE:• A maximum of seven access keys can be registered for each individual vehicle.• When replacing or adding an access key, new registration of the access key is necessary.• When the access key has been newly added, it is registered to the immobilizer sy ...

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