Subaru Crosstrek manuals

Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Removal

LUBRICATION(H4DO) > Oil Level Switch


1. Open the front hood, and make alignment marks (A) on the front hood striker and the front hood using a marker pen.

2. Remove the front hood striker from the front hood.

3. Change the front hood stay position from (A) to (B), and completely open the front hood.

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

5. Remove the V-belt covers.

6. Remove the air intake duct. Air Intake Duct > REMOVAL">

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

8. Loosen the clamp (B) securing the air cleaner case (rear) to the air intake boot.

9. Loosen the clamp (C) which secures the throttle body to the air intake boot.

10. Remove the air intake boot from the throttle body, and place the air intake boot aside so that it does not interfere with the work.

11. Disconnect the connector from the mass air flow and intake air temperature sensor, and remove the clip (A) which holds the mass air flow and intake air temperature sensor harness.

12. Remove the air cleaner case (rear).

13. Remove the clip holding the air breather hose to the engine rear hanger. (MT model)

14. Lift up the vehicle.

15. Remove the under cover. Front Under Cover > REMOVAL">

16. Drain the engine oil. Engine Oil > REPLACEMENT">

17. Remove the front exhaust pipe. Front Exhaust Pipe > REMOVAL">

18. Disconnect the oil level switch connector from the engine harness, and remove the clip (A) securing the harness.

19. Remove the nuts which secure the engine mounting to the front crossmember. (CVT model)

20. Remove the nuts which secure the engine mounting to the front crossmember. (MT model)

21. Remove the electric power steering gearbox. Electric Power Steering Gearbox > REMOVAL">

22. Remove the front drive shaft LH. Front Drive Shaft > REMOVAL">

23. Lower the vehicle.

24. Disconnect the bulkhead harness connector from the transmission harness connector (A) and the inhibitor harness connector (B), and disconnect the transmission radio ground terminal (C) from the vehicle body. (CVT model)

25. Remove the pitching stopper.

26. Remove the transmission cover. (CVT model)

27. Remove the bolt which holds the transmission harness stay. (CVT model)

28. Remove the bolt which holds the transmission harness to the control valve body, and turn the transmission harness clockwise till the bolt hole can be seen as shown in the figure, and tighten the bolt to temporary lock the harness. (CVT model)


This procedure is required to prevent the transmission harness from touching the vehicle body during engine removal/installation.

29. Lift up the engine with a lifting device and wire ropes.


When lifting up the engine, pay attention to the clearance of each part and be careful not to lift the engine too much, in order to prevent damaging the vehicle.

30. Remove the engine mounting LH from the engine.


Front side


Rear side

31. Remove clip (A) from the oil pan upper, and remove the oil level switch.

LUBRICATION(H4DO) > Oil Level SwitchINSTALLATION1. Install the oil level switch and the clip (A) to the oil pan upper.NOTE:• Use new O-rings.• Apply a coat of engine oil to the O-rings. ...

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