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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Inspection

BRAKE > Front Disc Rotor

INSPECTION

1. DISC ROTOR RUNOUT CHECK

1. Check the hub unit COMPL - front axle for free play and runout before the inspection of disc rotor runout limit. Front Hub Unit Bearing > INSPECTION">

2. Tighten the wheel nuts to secure disc rotor.

3. Set a dial gauge 10 mm (0.39 in) inward from the disc rotor outer circumference, and check the disc rotor runout while rotating the disc rotor.

Disc rotor runout limit: 0.05 mm (0.0020 in)

4. If the disc rotor runout exceeds service limit, resurface the disc rotor.

5. Check the disc rotor thickness after resurfacing. Front Disc Rotor > INSPECTION">

2. DISC ROTOR THICKNESS CHECK

1. Set a micrometer 10 mm (0.39 in) inward from the disc rotor outer perimeter, and then measure the disc rotor thickness (A).

Size

Standard

Wear limit

Disc rotor outer diameter

Disc rotor thickness (A)

15-inch

24 mm (0.94 in)

22 mm (0.87 in)

277 mm (10.91 in)

16-inch

294 mm (11.57 in)

2. If the wear limit is exceeded in the inspection, replace the disc rotor.

Front disc rotor
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Removal
BRAKE > Front Disc RotorREMOVAL1. Lift up the vehicle, and then remove the front wheels.2. Remove the caliper body assembly from the housing assembly - front axle.(1) Remove the bolt from the brake ...

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