Subaru Crosstrek manuals

Subaru Crosstrek Service Manual: Disassembly

DRIVE SHAFT SYSTEM > Front Drive Shaft

DISASSEMBLY

1. Place alignment marks on the shaft and outer race (PTJ).

2. Remove the boot band and boot (PTJ).

CAUTION:

Be careful not to damage the boot.

3. Remove the snap ring from outer race (PTJ).

4. Remove the outer race (PTJ) from shaft assembly.

5. Wipe off grease.

CAUTION:

The grease is a special type of grease. Do not mix it with other grease.

6. Place alignment marks on the roller kit and trunnion.

7. Remove the roller kit from trunnion.

CAUTION:

Be careful with the roller kit position.

8. Place alignment marks on the trunnion and shaft.

9. Remove the snap ring and trunnion.

CAUTION:

Be sure to wrap shaft splines with vinyl tape to protect the boot from scratches.

10. Remove the boot (PTJ).

11. Remove the O-ring from the groove of the shaft.

NOTE:

The EBJ is a non-disassembly part, so the axle disassembly stops here.

Removal
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Inspection
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