Subaru Crosstrek manuals

Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Removal

CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION(TR580) > Automatic Transmission Assembly

REMOVAL

1. Disconnect the ground cable from battery. NOTE">

NOTE:

For model with battery sensor, disconnect the ground terminal from battery sensor.

2. Remove the clip (A) from the air intake boot.

3. Loosen the clamp (B) connecting the air intake boot and air cleaner case (rear).

4. Loosen the clamp (C) which connects the air intake boot and throttle body.

5. Remove the air intake boot from the throttle body, and move it to the left side wheel apron.

6. Disconnect the following connectors.

Transmission harness connectors

Inhibitor harness connector

Transmission radio ground terminal

(A)

Transmission harness connectors

(B)

Inhibitor harness connector

(C)

Transmission radio ground terminal

7. Remove the starter. Starter > REMOVAL">

8. Remove the pitching stopper.

9. Remove the harness bracket, and then remove the engine harness.

10. Disconnect the EGR control valve harness connector, throttle position sensor harness connector and manifold absolute pressure sensor harness connector.

11. Remove the engine hanger rear.

12. Remove the throttle valve body. Throttle Body > REMOVAL">

13. Remove the service hole plug.

14. Remove the four bolts combining the torque converter and drive plate while rotating the crank pulley a little at a time in the same direction as engine revolution.

CAUTION:

Be careful not to drop bolts into the converter housing.

Be careful not to damage the mounting bolts.

15. Make sure the torque converter moves freely by rotating with finger through the starter installation hole.

16. Attach the ST to the converter case.

ST 498277200STOPPER SET

17. Remove the air breather hose from the pitching stopper bracket, and then remove the pitching stopper bracket and transmission radio ground cord.

18. Remove the engine ground terminal.

19. Remove the CVTF cooler (with warmer feature) from the transmission, and using a piece of wire, affix to a location of the body where it will not interfere with the removal/installation of the transmission.

20. Remove the CVTF inlet hose and outlet hose from the pipe.

21. Set the ST.

ST1 41099AA012ENGINE SUPPORT BRACKET
ST2 41099AA020ENGINE SUPPORT

22. Remove the three transmission connecting bolts.

23. Lift up the vehicle.

24. Remove the front tires. Tire and Wheel > REMOVAL">

25. Remove the under cover.

26. Remove the center exhaust pipe. Center Exhaust Pipe > REMOVAL">

27. Remove the center exhaust cover.

28. Remove the CVTF drain plug to drain CVTF. CVTF > REPLACEMENT">

29. Drain differential gear oil. Differential Gear Oil > REPLACEMENT">

30. Remove the snap pin and washer from shifter arm and remove the select cable from shifter arm.

CAUTION:

Do not apply extra overload while holding the part (A).

(A)

Shifter arm

(B)

Snap pin

(C)

Select cable

(D)

Washer

31. Remove the plate assembly from the transmission case.

(A)

Select cable

(B)

Plate ASSY

32. Remove the propeller shaft. Propeller Shaft > REMOVAL">

33. Remove the jack-up plate.

34. Remove the stabilizer bracket.

35. Remove the bolts which secure to the front housing, and separate the front arm and housing.

36. Using a tire lever or a crow bar, etc., pull out until the front drive shaft transmission side joint slides move smoothly.

NOTE:

Place cloth between the tire lever or bar and the transmission in order to avoid damaging the transmission side retainer.

37. Hold the transmission side joint of the front drive shaft by hand and extract the housing from the transmission while pressing the housing outward, so as not to stretch the boot.

NOTE:

Before pulling the RH front drive shaft from transmission, turn the steering wheel to the right hand at full lock.

Before pulling the LH front drive shaft from transmission, turn the steering wheel to the left hand at full lock.

38. Remove the two transmission connecting bolts and two nuts (lower side).

39. Set the transmission jack under the transmission.

NOTE:

Make sure that the support plates of transmission jack do not touch the oil pan.

40. Remove the hanger bracket.

41. Remove the transmission rear crossmember from the vehicle.

42. While lowering the transmission jack gradually, fully retract the engine support, and then tilt the engine rearward.

43. Remove the transmission assembly.

NOTE:

Remove it while moving the transmission jack up and down so that the engine and transmission remain directly aligned.

44. Remove the rear cushion rubber.

Installation
CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION(TR580) > Automatic Transmission AssemblyINSTALLATION1. Attach the ST to converter case.ST 498277200STOPPER SET2. When completely overhauling the transmission, ...

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