SUBARU impreza SERVICE and USER MANUAL

CLUTCH SYSTEM

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Release Bearing and Lever INSPECTION Release Bearing and Lever INSPECTION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Release Bearing and Lever INSPECTION 1. RELEASE BEARING CAUTION: Since this bearing is grease-sealed and is a non-lubrication type, do not wash with gasoline or any other solvent when servicing the...
Release Bearing and Lever INSTALLATION Release Bearing and Lever INSTALLATION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Release Bearing and Lever INSTALLATION NOTE: Apply the specified grease to lubricate to the following points before installation. • Contact surface of lever and pivot • Contact surface...
Release Bearing and Lever REMOVAL Release Bearing and Lever REMOVAL CLUTCH SYSTEM > Release Bearing and Lever REMOVAL 1. Remove the transmission assembly from the vehicle. Manual Transmission Assembly > REMOVAL 2. Remove the two clips from the release lever and remove the...
Operating Cylinder DISASSEMBLY Operating Cylinder DISASSEMBLY CLUTCH SYSTEM > Operating Cylinder DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the boot and push rod. 2. Apply compressed air through clutch hose attachment hole. NOTE: Face the piston hole down and place a piece of wood...
Operating Cylinder INSTALLATION Operating Cylinder INSTALLATION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Operating Cylinder INSTALLATION 1. Install in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: • Before installing the operating cylinder, apply grease to the contact point of the release lever and...
Operating Cylinder ASSEMBLY Operating Cylinder ASSEMBLY CLUTCH SYSTEM > Operating Cylinder ASSEMBLY NOTE: During assembly, apply hydraulic oil to all parts. Recommended clutch fluid: New FMVSS No. 116 DOT3 or DOT4 1. Install the piston spring. 2. Insert...
Operating Cylinder REMOVAL Operating Cylinder REMOVAL CLUTCH SYSTEM > Operating Cylinder REMOVAL CAUTION: Clutch fluid spilled on the vehicle body will harm the paint surface; wash it off with water and wipe clean quickly if spilled. 1. Remove the clip (A) from the air...
Master Cylinder DISASSEMBLY Master Cylinder DISASSEMBLY CLUTCH SYSTEM > Master Cylinder DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the straight pin and nipple. (A) Nipple (B) Straight pin 2. Remove the oil seal. (A) Oil seal 3. Move the...
Master Cylinder INSPECTION Master Cylinder INSPECTION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Master Cylinder INSPECTION If any damage, deformation, wear, swelling, rust or other faults are found on the cylinder, piston, push rod, nipple, return spring, bleeder screw, seat or hose, replace the faulty...
Master Cylinder INSTALLATION Master Cylinder INSTALLATION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Master Cylinder INSTALLATION 1. Install the master cylinder to the vehicle body, and connect the clutch pipe and tank hose. Tightening torque: T1: 15 N·m (1.5 kgf-m, 11.1 ft-lb) T2: 18...
Master Cylinder ASSEMBLY Master Cylinder ASSEMBLY CLUTCH SYSTEM > Master Cylinder ASSEMBLY 1. Apply a coat of grease to the contact surfaces of the push rod and piston before installation. Grease: SILICONE GREASE G-40M or equivalent 2. Assemble in the...
Master Cylinder REMOVAL Master Cylinder REMOVAL CLUTCH SYSTEM > Master Cylinder REMOVAL CAUTION: Be careful not to spill the brake fluid. Brake fluid spilled on the vehicle body will harm the paint surface; wash it off with water and wipe clean quickly if spilled....
General Description COMPONENT General Description COMPONENT CLUTCH SYSTEM > General Description COMPONENT 1. CLUTCH ASSEMBLY (1) Dust cover (6) Release bearing Tightening torque: N·m (kgf-m, ft-lb) (2) Lever spring (7) Clutch cover...
General Description PREPARATION TOOL General Description PREPARATION TOOL CLUTCH SYSTEM > General Description PREPARATION TOOL 1. SPECIAL TOOL ILLUSTRATION TOOL NUMBER DESCRIPTION REMARKS 498497100 CRANKSHAFT STOPPER Used for stopping rotation of the flywheel....
Flywheel INSPECTION Flywheel INSPECTION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Flywheel INSPECTION CAUTION: Because the center pilot bearing is grease-sealed and is a non-lubrication type, do not wash with gasoline or solvents. 1. If there is damage or defectiveness in the...
Flywheel INSTALLATION Flywheel INSTALLATION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Flywheel INSTALLATION 1. Press-fit a new pilot bearing to a position between flush with the flywheel and 0.4 mm in depth from there. CAUTION: Do not press the bearing inner ring. (A)...
Flywheel REMOVAL Flywheel REMOVAL CLUTCH SYSTEM > Flywheel REMOVAL 1. Remove the transmission assembly. Manual Transmission Assembly > REMOVAL 2. Remove the clutch cover and clutch disc. Clutch Disc and Cover > REMOVAL 3. Attach the ST....
Clutch Switch ADJUSTMENT Clutch Switch ADJUSTMENT CLUTCH SYSTEM > Clutch Switch ADJUSTMENT 1. Loosen the lock nut of the clutch start switch. (A) Lock nut (B) Clutch start switch 2. Disconnect the harness connector of the clutch start...
Clutch Switch INSPECTION Clutch Switch INSPECTION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Clutch Switch INSPECTION 1. CLUTCH START SWITCH 1. Perform the following inspections. If the clutch start switch does not operate normally, adjust the switch, and check it again. Clutch Switch >...
Clutch Switch INSTALLATION Clutch Switch INSTALLATION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Clutch Switch INSTALLATION 1. CLUTCH SWITCH 1. Move the clevis pin of push rod to left and right, retain it at the position where it moves smoothly, and measure the clutch pedal stroke. Clutch pedal...
Clutch Pipe and Hose INSTALLATION Clutch Pipe and Hose INSTALLATION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Clutch Pipe and Hose INSTALLATION Install in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Bleed air from the clutch fluid. Clutch Fluid Air Bleeding Tightening torque: T1: 15 N·m (1.5 kgf-m, 11.1...
Clutch Pipe and Hose REMOVAL Clutch Pipe and Hose REMOVAL CLUTCH SYSTEM > Clutch Pipe and Hose REMOVAL 1. Remove the clip (A) from the air intake boot. 2. Loosen the clamp (B) connecting the air intake boot and air cleaner case (rear). 3. Loosen the clamp (C) which...
Clutch Pedal DISASSEMBLY Clutch Pedal DISASSEMBLY CLUTCH SYSTEM > Clutch Pedal DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove the clutch switches. 2. Remove the clip, assist spring, rod and bushing. (A) Clip (B) Assist spring (C) Assist rod (D)...
Clutch Pedal INSPECTION Clutch Pedal INSPECTION CLUTCH SYSTEM > Clutch Pedal INSPECTION Move the clutch pedal pads in the lateral direction with a force of approximately 10 N (1 kgf, 2 lbf) to check that the clutch pedal deflection is within the service limit. If it...