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WARNING Do not operate the engine with theair cleaner element removed. The aircleaner element not only filtersintake air but also stops flames ifthe engine backfires. If the...

Aluminum wheels can be scratched anddamaged easily. Handle them carefully tomaintain their appearance, performance,and safety. ? When any of the wheels are removedand replaced...

Battery WARNING ? ABefore beginning work on or nearany battery, be sure to extinguishall cigarettes, matches, and lighters. Never expose a battery to anopen flame or electric...

The access key / transmitter battery maybe discharged under the following conditions. ? The operation of the keyless accessfunction is unstable ? The operating distance of...

WARNING ? AAlways stop the engine and setthe parking brake firmly to preventthe vehicle from moving. ? Always let the engine cool down. Engine parts become very hotwhen the...

If the brake booster does not operate asdescribed in the following, have it checkedby your SUBARU dealer. 1. With the engine off, depress the brakepedal several times,...

Checking the fluid level Recommended brake fluid

Check the brake pedal free play andreserve distance according to the maintenanceschedule in the Checking the brake pedal free play Checking the brake pedal reserve distance

CAUTION If you change your own oil, be sureto drain all the oil from the filterbefore disposal. Do not dispose ofused engine oil by placing it in thetrash, or by pouring it...

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...

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...

Check the clutch engagement and disengagement. 1. With the engine idling, check that thereare no abnormal noises when the clutchpedal is depressed, and that shifting into1st...

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 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 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 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 Recommended clutch fluid

Check the clutch pedal free play andreserve distance according to the maintenanceschedule in the Checking the clutch function Checking the clutch pedal free play

It is not necessary to check the transmissionfluid level. Check that there are nocracks, damage or leakage. However, thefluid inspection should be performedaccording to the...

Your vehicle employs an electric coolingfan which is thermostatically controlled tooperate when the engine coolant reachesa specific temperature. If the radiator cooling fan...

WARNING Never attempt to remove the radiatorcap until the engine has beenshut off and has cooled downcompletely. Since the coolant isunder pressure, you may sufferserious...

It is unnecessary to check the deflection ofthe drive belt periodically because yourengine is equipped with an automatic belttension adjuster. However, replacement ofthe belt...

Non-turbo models Turbo models

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...
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