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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Diagnostics with phenomenon Inspection

CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION(TR580) > Diagnostics with Phenomenon

INSPECTION

Symptoms

Faulty parts

Stall speed is low after warming-up, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Engine control system

Vehicle does not move despite engine speed rising up, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Engine control system

Select cable

CVTF

Secondary pressure circuit

Pulley, gear and variator chain

Forward/reverse changeover section

TCM

Control valve body

Inhibitor switch

Vehicle does not move by engine stall, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Parking mechanism

Select cable

Bearing

Forward/reverse changeover section

Excessive shock occurs at starting, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Secondary pressure circuit

Pulley, gear and variator chain

Acceleration speed from standstill is insufficient, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Control valve body

Forward/reverse changeover section

Engine speed suddenly rises up during driving, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Control valve body

Secondary pressure circuit

Primary pressure circuit

Vibration occurs during driving, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Secondary pressure circuit

Primary pressure circuit

Forward/reverse changeover section

Pulley and variator chain

Torque converter assembly

Hydraulic pressure circuit to torque converter

Control valve body

Sudden braking occurs during driving, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Secondary pressure circuit

Primary pressure circuit

Control valve body

During deceleration, lockup clutch does not disengage until just before halting, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Control valve body

Torque converter assembly

Engine stalls with vehicle at a standstill, with select lever in “D” or “R” range.

Engine control system

Control valve body

Excessive lockup shock occurs during driving, with select lever in “D” range.

Control valve body

Slipping occurs at lockup, or lockup does not occur during driving, with select lever in “D” range.

Control valve body

Lockup hydraulic line

Torque converter assembly

Excessive shift shock occurs when shifting the select lever from “N” range to “D” range, or from “N” range to “R” range.

Inhibitor switch

Control valve body

Forward/reverse changeover section

Vehicle does not keep at standstill with select lever in “P” range, or parking cannot be released when shifting from “P” range to another range.

Select cable

Parking mechanism

Select lever does not shift smoothly.

Select cable

Inhibitor switch

Detent spring

Manual plate

Installation
CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION(TR580) > Variator ChainINSTALLATIONFor installation of variator chain, refer to “Primary Pulley and Secondary Pulley”. Primary Pulley and Secondary P ...

Road test Inspection
CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION(TR580) > Road TestINSPECTION1. GENERAL PRECAUTIONRoad tests should be conducted to properly diagnose the condition of CVT.CAUTION:Always observe the local traffic ...

Other materials:

Component
HVAC SYSTEM (HEATER, VENTILATOR AND A/C) > General DescriptionCOMPONENT1. HEATER AND COOLING UNIT• Manual A/C model(1)Pipe - inlet(11)Shutter - defroster(21)Packing - evaporator core(2)Pipe - outlet(12)Shutter - vent(22)Pipe - evaporator core(3)Clamp - pipe(13)Shutter - air mix RH(23)Case - ...

Tripped sensor identification
The security indicator light flashes when the alarm system has been triggered. Also, the number of flashes indicates the location of unauthorized intrusion or the severity of impact on the vehicle. When the ignition switch is turned to the "ON" position, the indicator light will light for ...

Secondary pressure (line pressure) test Inspection
CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION(TR580) > Secondary Pressure (Line Pressure) TestINSPECTIONCAUTION:• Directly after the vehicle has been running or the engine has been idling for a long time, the CVTF is hot. Be careful not to burn yourself.• Make sure no other person is around the ...

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