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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Caution

DIFFERENTIALS > General Description

CAUTION

When performing any work, always wear work clothes, a work cap and protective shoes. Additionally, wear a helmet, protective goggles, etc. if necessary.

Remove contamination including dirt and corrosion before removal, installation, disassembly or assembly.

Keep the disassembled parts in order and protect them from dust and dirt.

When performing a repair, identify the cause of trouble and avoid unnecessary removal, disassembly and replacement.

Use SUBARU genuine grease, the recommended or equivalent. Do not mix grease etc. of different grades or manufacturers.

Do not secure a part in a vise directly. Place cushioning materials such as wood pieces, blocks, aluminum plates, or waste cloth between the part and the vise.

Be sure to tighten fasteners including bolts and nuts to the specified torque.

Always use the jack-up point when the shop jacks or rigid racks are used to support the vehicle.

Apply grease onto sliding or revolving surfaces before installation.

Before installing the O-ring or snap ring, apply a sufficient amount of gear oil to avoid damage and deformation.

Avoid damaging the mating surface of the case.

For parts which are not reusable, always use new parts. Other parts should be replaced with new parts as required.

When handling oil or fuel, adhere to the following to prevent unexpected accident.

Be careful with fire.

Prepare a container to catch grease or oil, etc. If any grease or oil spills, wipe it off and clean immediately to prevent from penetrating into floor or flowing outside.

Follow all government and local regulations concerning disposal of refuse when disposing.

Before disconnecting connectors of sensors or units, be sure to disconnect the ground cable from battery.

Some vehicle components are extremely hot immediately after driving. Be wary of receiving burns from heated parts.

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