Subaru Crosstrek manuals

Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Removal



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


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

2. Remove the console box. Console Box > REMOVAL">

3. Remove the gear shift knob and remove the cover - shift lever.

4. Remove the panel center LWR LH and RH. Console Box > REMOVAL">

5. Remove the clamp.

6. Remove the boot and insulator assembly.

7. Remove the harness clamp from the plate COMPL.

8. Remove the plate COMPL from the vehicle body.

9. Lift up the vehicle.

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

11. Remove the center exhaust cover.

12. Remove the stay from the shift bracket.




Shift bracket

13. Remove the rod from joint.





14. Remove the cushion rubber from the vehicle body.




Cushion rubber

15. Extract the spring pin and remove the joint.




Spring pin

16. Lower the vehicle.

17. Remove the gear shift lever.

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