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Turbo models 1) Brake fluid reservoir (page 11-17) 2) Fuse box (page 11-36) 3) Battery (page 11-35) 4) Windshield washer tank (page 11-30) 5) Engine oil filler cap (page 11-8) 6) Engine...

Tire rotation direction mark If the tire has the rotation directionspecification, the tire rotation directionmark is placed on its sidewall. When you install a tire that has the tirerotation direction...

Tire rotation Tire wear varies from wheel to wheel. Tomaximize the life of each tire and ensurethat the tires wear uniformly, it is best torotate the tires every 7,500 miles (12,000km)....

Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) (ifequipped) The tire pressure monitoring system providesthe driver with a warning messageby sending a signal from a sensor that isinstalled in each wheel when tire pressureis severely low....

Replacing transmitter battery 1. Open the key head using a flat-headscrewdriver. 2. Remove the transmitter case from thekey head. 3. Open the transmitter case by releasingthe hooks. 4....

Replacing access key battery Battery: Button battery CR1632 1. Pull out the mechanical key. 2. Insert the key into the gap and turn itclockwise to remove the cover. 3. Wrap a flat-head...

Replacement of brake pad and lining The disc brakes have audible wearindicators on the brake pads. If the brakepads wear close to their service limit, thewear indicator makes a very audiblescraping noise when...

Rear window wiper blade rubber 1. Pull out the end of the blade rubberassembly to unlock it from the plasticsupport. 2. Pull the blade rubber assembly out ofthe plastic support. 3. If the new...

Rear window wiper blade assembly 1. Raise the wiper arm off the rearwindow. 2. Turn the wiper blade assembly counterclockwise. 3. Pull the wiper blade assembly towardyou to remove it from the wiper...

Rear combination lights 1. Using a Phillips screwdriver, removethe upper and lower screws that securethe rear combination light assembly. 2. Slide the rear combination light assembly rearward...

Parking brake stroke Check the parking brake stroke accordingto the maintenance schedule in the

Non-turbo models 1) Brake fluid reservoir/Clutch fluid reservoir(MT) (page 11-17) 2) Fuse box (page 11-36) 3) Battery (page 11-35) 4) Windshield washer tank (page 11-30) 5) Engine oil filler...

License plate light 1. Insert a finger into the right side of thelicense plate light cover, then press onceto the left and pull out to remove the cover. 2. Turn the bulb socket...

Headlights (models without HID headlights) CAUTION Halogen headlight bulbs becomevery hot while in use. If you touchthe bulb surface with bare hands orgreasy gloves, fingerprints orgrease on the bulb surface...

Fuses CAUTION Never replace a fuse with one havinga higher rating or with materialother than a fuse because seriousdamage or a fire could result. The fuses are designed to melt...

Front turn signal light, front side marker lightand parking light NOTE It may be difficult to replace the bulbs. Have the bulbs replaced by yourSUBARU dealer if necessary. 1. Remove the electrical connector fromthe clip. 2....

Engine hood To open the hood: 1. If the wiper blades are lifted off thewindshield, return them to their originalposition. 2. Pull the hood release knob under theinstrument panel....

Engine coolant Checking the coolant level WARNING Never attempt to remove the radiatorcap until the engine has beenshut off and has cooled downcompletely. Since the coolant isunder...

Checking the oil level Check the engine oil level at each fuelstop. 1. Park the vehicle on a level surface andstop the engine. If you check the oil leveljust after stopping the engine, wait a...

Checking the fluid level WARNING Never let clutch fluid contact youreyes because clutch fluid can beharmful to your eyes. If clutch fluidgets in your eyes, immediately flushthem thoroughly with clean...

Checking the fluid level WARNING ? ANever let brake fluid contact youreyes because brake fluid can beharmful to your eyes. If brakefluid gets in your eyes, immediatelyflush them thoroughly withclean...

Checking the clutch pedal free play Lightly depress the clutch pedal down withyour finger until you feel resistance, andcheck the free play. If the free play is not within properspecification, contact your...

Checking the brake pedal reserve distance Depress the pedal with a force of approximately66 lbf (294 N, 30 kgf) and measurethe distance between the upper surface ofthe pedal pad and the floor. When the measurement...

Checking the brake pedal free play Stop the engine and firmly depress thebrake pedal several times. Lightly pull thebrake pedal up with one finger to checkthe free play with a force of less than 2 lbf(10 N, 1...
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