Front kg lb 821 1,810 841 1,855 825 1,819 845 1,864 854 1,884 Rear kg lb 664 1,465 669 1,475 673 1,483 677 1,493 682 1,503 Total kg lb 1,485 3,275 1,510 3,330 1,498 3,302 1,522 3,357 1,536 3,387 Gross axle weight ratio G. Fuel lid opener lock release lever Operate the fuel lid opener to check that the fuel filler lid can be unlocked nor-mally. Do not de- activate the Vehicle Dynamics Control system except when absolutely neces- sary. Replace the oil switching solenoid valve. Damaged or cracked cylinder head and cylinder block Repair or replace. Check the fuel injector circuit.
Is the voltage 10 — 13 V? Forward and backward adjustment Pull the lever upward and slide the seat to the desired position. The fuses are designed to melt during an overload to prevent damage to the wiring harness and electrical equipment. Parking Brake 3 Check the brake drum for wear, dents or other damage. Make sure the arrow on con-necting rod cap faces the front during installation. If the front wheel toe-in is not at the specified value, adjust the toe-in. Also, do not place objects such as cushions between the passenger and the seatback. Service limit: Straight-ahead position within 0.
The master key and submaster key fit all locks on your vehicle. Clearance between piston pin and bushing: Standard 0 — 0. Slight damage may be removed by polishing with cerium oxide. Disconnect the vacuum hose to inspect function of check valve. B Defective timing B Compression Incorrect valve clearance C Loosened spark plug or defective gasket C Loosened cylinder head bolt or defective gasket C Improper valve sealing C Defective valve stem C Worn or broken valve spring B Worn or stuck piston rings, cylinder and piston C Incorrect valve timing B Improper engine oil low viscosity B 4 Engine stalls after initial combustion. K0877Y0100 or equivalent 3 Apply a coat of engine oil to the inside of oil seal.
The pedal stroke is normal if the difference be-tween two measured values is the specified value or less. Leakage from radiator Repair or replace. Information is specific to your year make, model, engine and transmission type. Hold the brush with your fingers so that the brush spring does not come flying out. Repair the open circuit of the har-ness between main fan relay 1 terminal and main fan motor connec-tor. Tightening torque: 45 N·m 4.
Repair the open circuit of the har-ness between starter relay con-nector and starter motor. The indicators appear when the remaining tread has been worn to 1. Along with the Legacy-based model, Subaru also released the Outback Sport in 1994 to North America only for the 1995 model year. Repro-duce the failure, and then perform the diagnosis again. If faulty parts are found, repair or replace them.
Turbo model Tightening torque: 2. Tightening torque: 19 N·m 1. Brake fluid Check that the fluid level is normal. Remove the tongue plate from the slot seatbelt is used only as a shoulder in the recessed compartment and pull out the seatbelt slowly. Do not use the water heated to over 60°C 140°F.
Non-turbo models Connector Clamp Air intake boot Clip 1. Remove the protective coating if equipped. Does the radiator main fan rotate? See the following pro-cedure for valve guide replacement. If the inside surface of dick rotor is streaked, correct the surface with emery cloth 200 or more. Be wary of receiving burns from heated parts.
The fan speed control dial is used to select four fan speeds. Check for leaks in the transmission. If depos-its are too stubborn, replace the spark plugs. Tightening torque: 18 N·m 1. Doing so may damage the cylinder.
Using other air cleaner element may affect the engine perfor- mance. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the upper and lower screws that secure the rear combination light assembly. Does the warning light illumi-nate? Tightening torque: 50 N·m 5. Repair the slip There is the possibility of damaging the diodes ring surface using a lathe or sand paper. Radiator cap is functioning properly if it holds the service limit pressure for five to six seconds. Remove each valve and valve spring. Replace the right and left tire as a set.
Check the seat belt installation conditions and functionality. When the seal rubber just touches the oil cooler, tighten by using a torque wrench or turn the filter by the specified amount. Replace the worn timing belt with new part. Replace the sub fan relay. Ignoring the specifications below will result in damage or poor performance of engine and fuel injection system. If the fuel spills, wipe it off immediately to prevent from pene-trating into floor or flowing out for environmental protection.