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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Removal

MECHANICAL(H4DO) > Chain Cover

REMOVAL

NOTE:

When replacing a single part, perform the work with the engine assembly installed to body.

1. When working on the vehicle

NOTE:

When working on the vehicle, perform the following steps also.

(1) Remove the radiator. Radiator > REMOVAL">

(2) Remove the front exhaust pipe. Front Exhaust Pipe > REMOVAL">

(3) Remove the bolts which secure the generator cord stay to the chain cover.

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

3. Remove the generator. Generator > REMOVAL">

4. Remove the water pump pulley. Water Pump > REMOVAL">

5. Remove the crank pulley. Crank Pulley > REMOVAL">

6. Disconnect the connector (A) from the exhaust camshaft position sensor RH, and remove the engine harness stay from the chain cover.

7. Disconnect the connector (A) from the intake oil control solenoid RH, connector (B) from the exhaust oil control solenoid RH, and the connector (C) from the intake camshaft position sensor RH, and then remove the clips (D) and (E) which secure the engine harness.

8. Disconnect the connectors from the oil level switch, and remove the clip (A) which secure the oil level switch harness.

9. Remove the rubber cap from the oil pressure switch.

10. Disconnect the terminal (A) from the oil pressure switch, connector (B) from the engine oil temperature sensor, connector (C) from the intake oil control solenoid LH, connector (D) from the exhaust oil control solenoid LH, connector (E) from the intake camshaft position sensor LH, and connector (F) from the exhaust camshaft position sensor LH, and remove the clips (G) and (H) which secure the engine harness.

11. Pull out the oil level gauge (A), and remove the oil level gauge guide (B) and idler pulley (C).

12. Remove the bolts securing the chain cover to the engine.

13. Expand the area shown in the figure using a crowbar or a similar tool wrapped in tape for protection, and remove the chain cover from the engine.

CAUTION:

The chain cover may contact the protrusion (a) of cam sprocket sensor plate and cause damage. When removing the chain cover, move the chain cover horizontally until it cannot contact with the cam sprocket, and then remove it carefully.

14. Remove the O-rings from cylinder head RH, cylinder head LH, cylinder block LH and oil pan upper.

15. Remove the liquid gasket from the chain cover and engine unit.

Assembly
MECHANICAL(H4DO) > Chain CoverASSEMBLY1. Install the camshaft position sensor. Camshaft Position Sensor > INSTALLATION">2. Install the oil control solenoid. Oil Control Solenoid > I ...

Disassembly
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