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Suspension • Wheel and Tire System • Tire Pressure Monitoring System • Removal 2013 Subaru Forester WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire Pressure Monitoring System REMOVAL 1. TRANSMITTER (SNAP IN TYPE) 1. Remove the wheels from the vehicle. WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire and Wheel >...

Suspension • Wheel and Tire System • Tire Pressure Monitoring System • Installation 2015 Subaru Forester WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire Pressure Monitoring System INSTALLATION 1. TRANSMITTER (TIRE INFLATION PRESSURE SENSOR) CAUTION: Use the new transmitter assembly or replace...

Suspension • Wheel and Tire System • Tire • Inspection 2007 Subaru Forester WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire INSPECTION 1. Take stones, glass, nails etc. out of the tread groove. 2. Replace the tire. CAUTION: When replacing a tire, make sure to use...

Suspension • Front Suspension • Wheel Alignment • Inspection 2013 Subaru Forester FRONT SUSPENSION > Wheel Alignment INSPECTION Check the following items before performing the wheel alignment measurement. • Tire inflation pressure • Uneven wear of RH...

Suspension • Front Suspension • Wheel Alignment • Adjustment 2015 Subaru Forester FRONT SUSPENSION > Wheel Alignment ADJUSTMENT CAUTION: When the wheel alignment has been adjusted, perform “VDC sensor midpoint setting mode” of the VDC. VEHICLE DYNAMICS...

General • Periodic Maintenance Services • Tire Rotation • Inspection 2013 Subaru Forester PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES > Tire Rotation INSPECTION 1. When the tread has worn down to less than 1.6 mm (0.063 in) or the wear indicator appears across the tread,...

General • Periodic Maintenance Services • Tire Rotation • Inspection 2007 Subaru Forester PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES > Tire Rotation INSPECTION 1. If the depth of tread is less than 1.6 mm (0.063 in), or the tread wear indicator has appeared across the tire...

Control System • Tire Pressure Monitoring System (Diagnostics) • General Description • Preparation Tool 2013 Subaru Forester TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (DIAGNOSTICS) > General Description PREPARATION TOOL 1. SPECIAL TOOL ILLUSTRATION TOOL NUMBER DESCRIPTION REMARKS...

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire and Wheel REMOVAL 1. Lift up the vehicle. 2. Remove the wheel nut. 3. Remove the wheels. CAUTION: When removing the wheels, be careful not to...

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > “T-type” Tire REPLACEMENT Refer to “Tire & Wheel” for removal and installation of the “T-type” tire. WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire and Wheel

REAR SUSPENSION > Wheel Alignment INSPECTION NOTE: Measure and adjust the front and rear wheel alignment at a time. Refer to “Wheel Alignment” in “FRONT SUSPENSION” section...

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES > Tire Inspection and Rotation INSPECTION Refer to “WT” section for tire inspection and rotation. WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire and Wheel >...

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire and Wheel REMOVAL 1. Remove the hubcap. (model with hubcap) WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Full Wheel Cap > REMOVAL 2. Lift up the vehicle. 3. Remove...

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire and Wheel INSTALLATION 1. Install the wheels to vehicle. 2. Tighten the wheel nuts to the specified torque. Tightening torque: 100 N·m (10.20...

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > General Description PREPARATION TOOL 1. GENERAL TOOL TOOL NAME REMARKS Air pressure gauge Used for measuring tire air pressure....

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Full Wheel Cap INSPECTION Check the hubcap for damage.

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > “T-type” Tire REPLACEMENT CAUTION: The “T-type” tire is only for temporary use. Replace with a conventional tire as soon as possible. Refer to “Tire...

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > “T-type” Tire INSPECTION Refer to “Tire & Wheel” for inspection of the “T-type” tire. WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Tire and Wheel > INSPECTION

TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (DIAGNOSTICS) > General Description CAUTION 1. SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM “AIRBAG” Airbag system wiring harness is routed near the TPM...

WHEEL AND TIRE SYSTEM > Steel Wheel REMOVAL 1. Apply parking brake, and position the select lever to “P” or “LOW”. 2. Set jacks or a lift to the specified point, and support...
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