Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: General Description

A: SPECIFICATION

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

B: COMPONENT

1. STEERING WHEEL AND COLUMN

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

  1. Bushing
  2. Insulator (CVT model)
  3. Steering shaft
  4. Knee protector
  5. Steering roll connector
  6. Column cover
  7. Steering wheel lower cover
  8. Paddle shift
  9. Steering wheel
  10. Switch
  11. Protector
  12. Dynamic damper
  13. Airbag module

Tightening torque:N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 1.2 (0.12, 0.9)
T2: 1.7 (0.17, 1.3)
T3: 3.4 (0.35, 2.5)
T4: 3.5 (0.36, 2.6)
T5: 20 (2.04, 14.8)
T6: 39 (3.98, 28.8)

2. HOSE AND TANK

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

  1. Cap
  2. Reservoir tank
  3. Clip
  4. Return hose
  5. Clip
  6. Hose ASSY
  7. Eye bolt
  8. Eye bolt gasket
  9. Oil pump
  10. Clip
  11. Suction hose

Tightening torque:N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 7.5 (0.76, 5.5)
T2: 10 (1.02, 7.4)
T3: 13 (1.33, 9.6)
T4: 40 (4.08, 29.5)

3. STEERING GEARBOX

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

  1. Universal joint
  2. Dust cover
  3. Plug
  4. O-ring
  5. Oil seal
  6. Control valve
  7. Seal ring
  8. Oil seal
  9. Adapter
  10. Clamp
  11. Castle nut
  12. Cotter pin
  13. Dust seal
  14. Clip
  15. Tie-rod end
  16. Clip
  17. Boot
  18. Band
  19. Tie-rod
  20. Holder
  21. Bushing
  22. Oil seal
  23. Seal ring
  24. O-ring
  25. Rack
  26. Oil seal
  27. Back-up ring
  28. Steering body
  29. Pipe A
  30. Pipe B
  31. Lock nut
  32. Adjusting screw
  33. Spring
  34. Sleeve
  35. Bushing
  36. Stiffener
  37. Feed pipe
  38. Return pipe
  39. O-ring

Tightening torque:N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 15 (1.53, 11.1)
T2: 20 (2.04, 14.8)
T3: 24 (2.45, 17.7)
T4: 27 (2.75, 19.9)
T5: 39 (3.98, 28.8)
T6: 45 (4.59, 33.2)
T7: 60 (6.12, 44.3)
T8: 64 (6.53, 47.2)
T9: 75 (7.65, 55.3)
T10: 85 (8.67, 62.7)
T11: 90 (9.18, 66.4)

4. OIL PUMP

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

  1. Bracket
  2. Oil pump
  3. O-ring
  4. Joint

Tightening torque:N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 16 (1.63, 11.8)
T2: 21 (2.14, 15.5)
T3: 22 (2.24, 16.2)
T4: 36 (3.67, 26.6)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

  1. Bracket
  2. Oil pump
  3. O-ring
  4. Joint

Tightening torque:N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 16 (1.63, 11.8)
T2: 21 (2.14, 15.5)
T3: 22 (2.24, 15.9)
T3: 22 (2.24, 15.9)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

  1. Bracket
  2. Oil pump
  3. O-ring
  4. Joint

Tightening torque:N*m (kgf-m, ft-lb)
T1: 16 (1.63, 11.8)
T2: 21 (2.14, 15.5)
T3: 33 (3.36, 24.3)
T4: 36 (3.67, 26.6)

C: CAUTION

D: PREPARATION TOOL

1. SPECIAL TOOL

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

2. GENERAL TOOL

Subaru Outback. Power Assisted System (Power Steering)

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