Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: General Description

A: SPECIFICATION

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

*1: OUTBACK model
2+-3 mm (0.08 - 0.12 in) Toe angle (sum of both wheels): 0º10′+-0º15′
*2: Except for OUTBACK model
0+-3 mm (0+-0.12 in) Toe angle (sum of both wheels): 0º+-0º15′

NOTE:

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

A - B = Positive: Toe-in, Negative: Toe-out
α = Individual toe angles

B: COMPONENT

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

  1. Front mounting bracket (H6 model)
  2. Bracket
  3. Front mounting bracket (H4 model)
  4. Cradle
  5. Main mounting bracket
  6. Main cushion rubber
  7. Stopper (OUTBACK model only)
  8. Stud bolt
  9. Stiffener
  10. Bolt
  11. Self-locking nut

Tightening torque: N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 45 (4.59, 33.2)
T2: 60 (6.12, 44.3)
T3: 65 (6.63, 47.9)
T4: 75 (7.65, 55.3)

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

  1. Stabilizer (H6 model)
  2. Stabilizer (H4 model)
  3. Stabilizer bracket
  4. Stabilizer bushing
  5. Self-locking nut
  6. Stabilizer link
  7. Cradle
  8. Bolt
  9. Front bushing
  10. Rear bushing
  11. Front arm
  12. Ball joint
  13. Castle nut
  14. Cotter pin
  15. Flange nut
  16. Adjusting washer
  17. Front strut ASSY
  18. Adjusting bolt
  19. Front axle housing

Tightening torque: N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 25 (2.55, 18.4)
T2: 39 (3.98, 28.8)
T3: 50 (5.10, 36.9)
T4: 60 (6.12, 44.3)
T5: 95 (9.69, 70.1)
T6: 140 (14.28, 103.3)
T7: 155 (15.81, 114.3)

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

  1. Dust seal
  2. Self-locking nut
  3. Strut mount
  4. Spacer
  5. Upper spring seat
  6. Rubber seat (OUTBACK model only)
  7. Dust cover
  8. Helper (except for Bilstein strut)
  9. Coil spring
  10. Strut

Tightening torque: N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 20 (2.04, 14.8)
T2: 55 (5.61, 40.6)

C: CAUTION

D: PREPARATION TOOL

1. SPECIAL TOOL

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

2. GENERAL TOOL

Subaru Outback. Front Suspension

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