Subaru Outback manuals

Subaru Outback: Oil Pump

A: REMOVAL

NOTE: Refer to "Drive Pinion Shaft" for removal procedures. <Ref. to CVT-242, REMOVAL, Drive Pinion Shaft Assembly.>

B: INSTALLATION

NOTE: Refer to "Drive Pinion Shaft" for removal procedures. <Ref. to CVT-244, INSTALLATION, Drive Pinion Shaft Assembly.>

C: INSPECTION

Check the following items.

1) Measure the secondary pressure. <Ref. to CVT-50, INSPECTION, Secondary Pressure (Line Pressure) Test.>

2) If the secondary pressure is abnormal, remove the oil pan and oil strainer. <Ref. to CVT-111, REMOVAL, Control Valve Body.>

3) Check oil strainer for clogging.

When oil strainer has no clogging, replace the oil pump.

Oil Pump Chain

A: REMOVAL

1) Remove the transmission assembly from the vehicle. <Ref. to CVT-55, REMOVAL, Automatic Transmission Assembly.>

2) Remove the torque converter assembly. <Ref. to CVT-136, REMOVAL, Torque Converter Assembly.>

3) Remove the oil pump chain cover.

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4) Remove the seal ring from center support COMPL.

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5) Remove the driven sprocket from oil pump chain cover to remove the oil pump chain.

NOTE: The driven sprocket is replaced as an assembly only, because it is a non-disassembly part.

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6) Remove the snap ring.

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7) Remove the drive sprocket.

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8) Remove the oil seal from the oil pump chain cover.

B: INSTALLATION

1) Clean the mating surface of oil pump chain cover and converter case cover.

2) Using the ST, install the oil seal.

ST 499755602 PRESS SNAP RING

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3) Install the drive sprocket and install the snap ring.

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4) Place the oil pump chain on drive sprocket.

5) Place the oil pump chain on driven sprocket and install the driven sprocket to oil pump chain cover.

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6) Install the seal ring to center support COMPL.

NOTE:

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7) Apply liquid gasket seamlessly to the mating surface of oil pump chain cover.

CAUTION: Do not apply liquid gasket at the arrowed hole.

Liquid gasket: THREE BOND 1215 (Part No. 004403007) or equivalent

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8) Install the oil pump chain cover.

NOTE: There are two types of bolt.

Tightening torque: 24 N*m (2.4 kgf-m, 17.7 ft-lb)

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9) Install the torque converter assembly. <Ref. to CVT-136, INSTALLATION, Torque Converter Assembly.>

10) Install the transmission assembly to the vehicle. <Ref. to CVT-70, INSTALLATION, Automatic Transmission Assembly.>

C: DISASSEMBLY

1. DRIVE SPROCKET

1) Remove the ball bearing using ST.

ST1 498077600 REMOVER
ST2 399513600 INSTALLER

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D: ASSEMBLY

1. DRIVE SPROCKET

1) Using the ST, install the ball bearing.

NOTE: Use a new ball bearing.

ST 499755602 PRESS SNAP RING

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E: INSPECTION

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 Converter Case Cover

A: REMOVAL 1) Remove the transmission assembly from the vehicle. <Ref. to CVT-55, REMOVAL, Automatic Transmission Assembly.> 2) Remove the air breather hose. <Ref. to CVT-132, REMOVAL, Air

 Front Reduction Drive Gear

A: REMOVAL 1) Remove the transmission assembly from the vehicle. <Ref. to CVT-55, REMOVAL, Automatic Transmission Assembly.> 2) Remove the air breather hose. <Ref. to CVT-132, REMOVAL, Air

 Front Reduction Driven Gear

A: REMOVAL NOTE: For removal of front reduction driven gear, refer to the "Front Reduction Drive Gear". <Ref. to CVT-297, REMOVAL, Front Reduction Drive Gear.> B: INSTALLATION NOTE: For install

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