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Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Adjustment

CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION(TR580) > Front Differential Assembly

ADJUSTMENT

1. Using the ST, screw-in the retainer until resistance is felt.

NOTE:

RH side should be screwed-in more than LH side.

ST 18658AA020WRENCH COMPL RETAINER

2. Remove the remaining liquid gasket from the mating surface completely.

3. Using the ST, install the drive pinion assembly to converter case.

ST 18270KA020SOCKET (E20)

NOTE:

Do not confuse the three different-length bolts when installing.

Tightening torque:

43 N·m (4.4 kgf-m, 31.7 ft-lb)

4. Rotate the drive pinion shaft ten times or more using ST1 and ST2.

ST1 18667AA010HOLDER
ST2 499787700WRENCH

5. While rotating the pinion shaft, tighten the retainer LH and loosen the retainer RH until the shaft can't be turned anymore. The backlash is “zero” when the pinion shaft comes to the point where it doesn't rotate.

6. After the “zero” state is established, loosen the retainer LH by 3 notches and secure it with the lock plate. Retighten the retainer RH until it stops. Rotate the drive pinion 2 or 3 times. Tighten the retainer RH further 1-3/4 notches. This sets the preload. Finally, secure the retainer with its lock plate.

(A)

Lock plate

NOTE:

Turning the retainer by every one tooth changes the backlash approx. 0.05 mm (0.0020 in).

(A)

1 tooth

7. Insert the two SUBARU genuine axle shafts into differential case.

Part No. 38415AA070Axle shaft

8. Install the ST to the drive pinion retainer, and wrap the drive pinion shaft with cloth and pinch with vise pliers. Using a tie-wrap or a wire, fix the vise pliers to the ST.

Make sure the drive pinion shaft does not move.

ST 18763AA000COMPRESSOR SHAFT

9. Check the backlash is within specification using ST1, ST2 and ST3.

ST1 498255400PLATE
ST2 498247100DIAL GAUGE
ST3 498247001MAGNET BASE

Backlash:

0.13 — 0.18 mm (0.005 — 0.007 in)

10. Adjust the teeth contact of the front differential and drive shaft. Drive Pinion Shaft Assembly > ADJUSTMENT">

Front differential assembly
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