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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Check list for interview Check

POWER ASSISTED SYSTEM (POWER STEERING) (DIAGNOSTICS) > Check List for Interview

CHECK

Check the following items regarding condition of the vehicle.

1. TROUBLE STATUS

Phenomenon of the vehicle

Steering is heavy

Steering is not smooth

Steering is unstable (wondering)

Steering does not return to center

Steering is not straight

Steering force required is not the same for right and left turn

Steering force required is not even

Steering is too light

Noise

Vibration

STEERING warning light illuminates

Other

Frequency

Always

Sometimes

Immediately after starting the engine

Only once

Other

Recovers after leaving it for minutes

Steering wheel operation

Dry steering

When turning

Quick steering

Slow steering

Returning the steering wheel

Releasing the steering wheel

Only supporting the steering wheel by hand

Repetitive dry steering

Steering wheel status / direction

Around center position

Near end of lock to lock

When turning the steering to right

When turning the steering to left

Both to right and to left

(1) Steering angle: degrees

(2) Maneuvering time: minutes

Slow steering

Quick steering

While holding the steering

When repeating the dry wheel operation

Vehicle speed

Stall 0 km/h (0 MPH)

Very low speed — 20 km/h (— 12 MPH)

Low speed — 40 km/h (— 25 MPH)

Medium speed — 80 km/h (— 50 MPH)

High speed — 80 km/h or more (— 50 MPH or more)

At starting

While accelerating

While decelerating

When accelerating rapidly

When decelerating rapidly

Other

Engine speed

Idling

(1) Around rpm

(2) rpm — rpm

(3) rpm or more / or less

2. STATE OF STEERING WARNING LIGHT

STEERING warning light illuminates

Always

Sometimes

Only once

Does not illuminate

Other

Ignition key position

LOCK

ACC

ON (when starting engine)

START

ON (when starting engine, while engine is running)

ON (when starting engine, when engine is at a standstill)

Timing

Immediately after turning the ignition ON

Immediately after turning the ignition to START

Idling

While accelerating

While decelerating

When cruising at — km/h (MPH)

When other electrical parts are operating (parts name: operating condition: )

3. ENVIRONMENT

a) Weather

Fine

Cloudy

Rainy

Snowy

Others:

b) Outside temperature

°C ( °F)

c) Road

Inner city

Suburbs

Highway

Local street

Alley way

Private road

Parking lot

Mountain road

Paved road

Unpaved road

Gravel road

Sandy place

Muddy road

Concrete road

Stone pavement

Racetrack

Others:

d) Road surface

Dry

Wet

Covered with fresh snow

Covered with hardened snow

Others:

e) Tire

Tire chain

Studless tire

T-type tire (front RH, front LH, rear RH, rear LH)

f) Tire inflation pressure

Front RH: kPa Front LH: kPa Rear RH: kPa Rear LH: kPa

g) Degree of wear

Front RH: mm (in) Front LH: mm (in) Rear RH: mm (in) Rear LH: mm (in)

h) Genuine part

Yes

No

Record after-market parts if any. (Steering wheel, audio, tires, and similar parts)

i) Condition of suspension alignment

j) Electrical load conditions

Audio

Air conditioner

Other

k) Loaded state

Condition:

l) Repair parts

None

Provided

Contents:

m) Others

Basic diagnostic procedure Procedure
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Clear memory mode Operation
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Other materials:

Preparation tool
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Features
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Removal
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