Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: CVTF Cooler Pipe and Hose

A: REMOVAL

CAUTION:

1) Lift up the vehicle.

2) Remove the under cover.

3) Remove the CVTF CVT inlet hose and CVTF CVT outlet hose.

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4) Remove the CVTF radiator inlet hose and CVTF radiator outlet hose on radiator side.

CAUTION: Do not use a screwdriver or other pointed tools.

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5) Lower the vehicle.

6) Remove the battery.

7) Remove the battery cable clip from the bracket, and remove the battery cable bracket.

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8) Remove the engine coolant reservoir tank. <Ref. to CO(H4SO)-26, REMOVAL, Reservoir Tank.>

9) Remove the CVTF cooler pipe assembly mounting bolt.

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10) Detach the A/C pipe from clip.

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11) Remove the CVTF cooler pipe assembly from the vehicle.

B: INSTALLATION

CAUTION: When installing the CVTF cooler pipe assembly on vehicle side, be careful not to bend the A/C pipe.

1) Install the CVTF cooler pipe assembly to vehicle.

Tightening torque: 7.5 N*m (0.76 kgf-m, 5.5 ft-lb)

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2) Install the A/C pipe to clip.

3) Install the battery cable bracket, and install the battery cable clip to the bracket.

Tightening torque: 7.5 N*m (0.76 kgf-m, 5.5 ft-lb)

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4) Install the engine coolant reservoir tank. <Ref. to CO(H4SO)-26, INSTALLATION, Reservoir Tank.>

5) Lift up the vehicle.

6) Install the CVTF CVT inlet hose and CVTF CVT outlet hose.

NOTE: Use new CVTF CVT inlet hose and CVTF CVT outlet hose.

Subaru Outback. Continuously Variable Transmission

7) Install the CVTF radiator inlet hose and CVTF radiator outlet hose on radiator side.

NOTE: Use new CVTF radiator inlet hose and CVTF radiator outlet hose.

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8) Install the under cover.

9) Lower the vehicle.

10) Install the battery.

11) Adjust the CVTF level and check there is no leakage. <Ref. to CVT-37, ADJUSTMENT, CVTF.>

C: INSPECTION

Repair or replace any faulty hoses, pipes, clamps, and washers found in the inspection below.

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