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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Specification

FRONT SUSPENSION > General Description


Tire size




Wheel arch height

452 (17.8)

(Tolerance: +12 mm −24 mm (+0.47 in −0.94 in))

mm (in)

Camber (tolerance: ±0°45' Differences between RH and LH: 45' or less)


Caster (referential value)


Steering angle (tolerance: ±1.5°)

Inner wheel


Outer wheel



mm (in)

0±3 (0±0.12) Toe angle (sum of both wheels): 0°±0°10'

Kingpin angle (referential value)



Wheel arch height

450 (17.72)

(Tolerance: +12 mm −24 mm (+0.47 in −0.94 in))

mm (in)

Camber (tolerance: +0°45' −0°52' (Differences between RH and LH: 45' or less))



mm (in)

0±3 (0±0.12) Toe angle (sum of both wheels): 0°00'±10'

Thrust angle (tolerance: 0°00'±30')



Adjust with the value less than the inspection value, taking aging variation into consideration.

Front toe-in, rear toe-in and front camber can be adjusted. Adjust if the value of toe-in or camber exceeds the tolerance range of the specification chart.

Other items except for front toe-in, rear toe-in and front camber that are described in the specification chart cannot be adjusted. If other items exceed the tolerance range of the specification chart, check the suspension parts and connections for deformation. If defective, replace with new parts.

A − B = Positive: Toe-in, Negative: Toe-out

α = Individual toe angles

FRONT SUSPENSION > General DescriptionCAUTION• Wear appropriate work clothing, including a helmet, protective goggles and protective shoes when performing any work.• Before removal, ins ...

FRONT SUSPENSION > General DescriptionCOMPONENT1. FRONT SUSPENSION(1)Front crossmember COMPL(14)Bushing rear - front arm(27)Clip(2)Flange bolt(15)Stud bolt (3)Front crossmember support(16)Stopper ...

Other materials:

Traction AA, A, B, C
The traction grades, from highest to lowest, are AA, A, B and C. Those grades represent the tire's ability to stop on wet pavement as measured under controlled conditions on specified government test surfaces of asphalt and concrete. A tire marked C may have poor traction performance. WARNIN ...

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Passenger compartment area Lower anchorages for child restraint system Seatbelt Front seat Rear seat Buttons for SUBARU STARLINK NOTE For U.S.-spec. models with SUBARU STARLINK: Refer to the Owner's Manual supplement f o r SUBARU STARLINK. Power window switches Doo ...

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