Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com2012 APRIL BRZ SERVICE MANUAL                                      QUICK REFERENCE INDEXGENERAL IN...
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ForewordFOREWORD1. ForewordA: FOREWORDThese manuals are used when performing mainte-nance, repair or diagnosis of Subaru B...
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How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALS1. How to Use This ManualsA: HOW TO USE THIS MANUALS1. STRUCTUREEach section...
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How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALS4. DEFINITIONS OF “NOTE”, “CAUTION”, AND “WARNING”• NOTE:The supplementary e...
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How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALS9. SI UNITSMeasurements in these manuals are according to the SI units. Metr...
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How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALST/B        TurbochargerTCS        Traction Control SystemTCM        Transmis...
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BRZSPECIFICATIONS1. BRZA: DIMENSIONModel                                                                               2.0...
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BRZSPECIFICATIONSG: BRAKEService brake system                                       Dual circuit hydraulic with vacuum sus...
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PrecautionPRECAUTION16.HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR SILICON-CONTAINING SPRAYWhen a silicone contained in the lubricant, rust i...
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NoteNOTE1. NoteA: BASIC REPAIR HINTThis section describes basic points that the service operator must understand before pe...
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IdentificationIDENTIFICATION1. IdentificationA: IDENTIFICATION1. IDENTIFICATION NUMBER & LABEL LOCATIONSThe V.I.N. (Vehicl...
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  1. 1. Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com2012 APRIL BRZ SERVICE MANUAL QUICK REFERENCE INDEXGENERAL INFORMATIONSECTION FOREWORD FW HOW TO USE THIS MANUALS HU SPECIFICATIONS SPC PRECAUTION PC This service manual has been prepared to provide SUBARU service personnel with the necessary information and data NOTE NT for the correct maintenance and repair of SUBARU vehicles. IDENTIFICATION ID This manual includes the procedures for maintenance, disassembling, reas- sembling, inspection and adjustment of RECOMMENDED MATERIALS RM components and diagnostics for guid- ance of experienced mechanics. Please peruse and utilize this manual PRE-DELIVERY INSPECTION PI fully to ensure complete repair work for satisfying our customers by keeping their vehicle in optimum condition. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE SERVICES PM When replacement of parts during repair work is needed, be sure to use SUBARU genuine parts. All information, illustration and specifi- cations contained in this manual are based on the latest product information available at the time of publication approval. FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD. G4400BE
  2. 2. FOREWORD FW Page 1. Foreword ....................................................................................................2
  3. 3. ForewordFOREWORD1. ForewordA: FOREWORDThese manuals are used when performing mainte-nance, repair or diagnosis of Subaru BRZ.Applicable model:2013 MY ZC*****The manuals contain the latest information at thetime of publication. Changes in the specifications,methods, etc. may be made without notice. FW-2
  4. 4. HOW TO USE THIS MANUALS HU Page 1. How to Use This Manuals ..........................................................................2
  5. 5. How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALS1. How to Use This ManualsA: HOW TO USE THIS MANUALS1. STRUCTUREEach section consists of SCT that are broken downinto SC that are divided into sections for each com-ponent. The specification, maintenance and otherinformation for the components are included, andthe diagnostic information has also been addedwhere necessary.2. CONTENTSThe first page has an index with tabs. HU-2
  6. 6. How to Use This Manuals HOW TO USE THIS MANUALS3. COMPONENTIllustrations are provided for each component. The information necessary for repair work (tightening torque,grease up points, etc.) is described on these illustrations. Information is described using symbol.To order parts, refer to parts catalogue.Example: T2 (3) (6) T3 (7) (5) T3 (4) (2) (8) T8 T1 (1) (20) T2 (21) T3 T6 (5) T10 T2 T5 (1) T3 (2) (12) (22) (23) T3 (6) (9) (14) (16) T4 (18) (10) (3) (11) T1 (4) (4) (11) (13) (10) (15) (9) T2 (17) (19) T6 (4) (10) T4 (3) (4) (7) (15) T2 T11 T6 (22) T5 (3) (12) (35) T4 (34) T5 (8) (27) T3 (10) T2 (26) (23) (24) T2 (14) (25) T7 (24) (36) (25) (13) (31) (30) T2 T5 (10) (29) (37) (33) (17) (28) (32) (16) (18) T4 T3 T1 : Selective part T1 : Replacement part (21) : Sealing point : Should be lubricated with oil. (20) : Should be lubricated with grease. T9 (19) T1 , T2 .... : Tightening torque HU-00017 Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com HU-3
  7. 7. How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALS4. DEFINITIONS OF “NOTE”, “CAUTION”, AND “WARNING”• NOTE:The supplementary explanation to facilitate the work is described.• CAUTION:The matter that must not be performed because failure to follow the description causes damage to the vehi-cle or parts, and the one to which attention should be particularly paid during the work are described.• WARNING:The matter that may seriously damage the worker or others and the one results in failures or accidents incase of failure to follow the description are described.5. SPECIFICATIONSIf necessary, specifications are also included.6. INSPECTIONInspections to be carried out before and after maintenance are included. HU-4
  8. 8. How to Use This Manuals HOW TO USE THIS MANUALS7. MAINTENANCE• Maintenance instructions for serviceable parts describe work area and detailed step with illustration. It alsodescribes the use of special tool, tightening torque, caution for each procedure.• If many serviceable parts are included in one service procedure, appropriate reference is provided for eachparts.Example: 15.Main Shaft (A) A: REMOVAL (B) 1) Remove the manual transmission assembly from vehicle. <Ref. to MT-33, REMOVAL, Manual Transmission Assembly.> (C) 11) Tighten the lock nuts to the specified torque us- ing ST1 and ST2. NOTE: (D) Secure the lock nuts in two places after tightening. ST1 498937000 TRANSMISSION HOLDER ST2 499987003 SOCKET WRENCH (35) (E) (F) Tightening torque: 120 N m (12.2 kgf-m, 88.5 ft-lb) (G) (H) ST2 ST1 HU-00041 (A) Component (D) Cautions (G) Tightening torque (B) Process (E) Tool number of special tool (H) Illustration (C) Reference (F) Name of special tool8. DIAGNOSISTables showing a step-by-step process make it easy to conduct diagnosis. HU-5
  9. 9. How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALS9. SI UNITSMeasurements in these manuals are according to the SI units. Metric and yard/pound measurements arealso included.Example:Tightening torque: 45 N·m (4.6 kgf-m, 33.2 ft-lb)List of SI unit Item SI units Conventional unit RemarksForce N (Newton) kgf 1 kgf = 9.807 NMass (Weight) kg, g kg, gCapacity L, mL or cm3 L or cc 1 cc = 1 cm3 = 1 mLTorque N·m kgf-m, kgf-cm 1 kgf-m = 9.807 N·mRotating speed rpm rpm kgf/cm2 1 kgf/cm2 = 98.07 kPaPressure kPa (Kilopascal) mmHg 1 mmHg = 0.1333 kPaPower W PS 1 PS = 0.7355 kWCalorie W·h cal 1 kcal = 1.163 W·hFuel consumption rate g/kW·h g/PS·h 1 g/PS·h = 1.3596 g/kW·hThe figure used in these manuals are described in the SI units and conventional units are described in ( ). HU-6
  10. 10. How to Use This Manuals HOW TO USE THIS MANUALS10.EXPLANATION OF TERMINOLOGYList2ndr Secondary H/L HeadlightAAI Air Assist Injection H/U Hydraulic UnitAAR Angular Adjusted Roller HVAC Heater, Ventilator and Air ConditionerA/B Airbag I/F InterfaceABS Anti-lock Brake System IG IgnitionA/C Air Conditioner IN IntakeAC Angular Contact INT IntermittentACC Accessory I/O Input / OutputA/F Air Fuel Ratio IR Infrared RayALT Generator ISC Idle Speed ControlAPS Accessory Power Supply Socket LAN Local Area NetworkASSY Assembly LCD Liquid Crystal DisplayAT Automatic Transmission LED Light Emitting DiodeATF Automatic Transmission Fluid LH LH (Left Hand)AUX Auxiliary Storage Unit (External storage) LHD Left Hand DriveAVCS Active Valve Control System LSD Limited Slip DifferentialAWD All Wheel Drive M/B Main Fuse & Relay BoxBATT Battery MD Mini DiscBCM Brake Control Module MID Multi Information DisplayBJ Bell Joint MFI Multi-Point Fuel InjectionCAN Controller Area Network MP-T Multi-Plate TransferCD Compact Disc MT Manual TransmissionCD-R/RW CD Recordable/Rewritable NA Natural AspirationCOMPL Complete NC Normal Close (Relay)CPC Canister Purge Control Solenoid Valve NO Normal Open (Relay)CPU Central Processing Unit OBD On-Board DiagnosisDCCD Driver’s Control Center Differential OP Option PartsDOHC Double Overhead Camshaft PC Personal ComputerDOJ Double Offset Joint PCD Pitch Circle DiameterDTC Diagnosis Trouble Code PCV Positive Crankcase VentilationDVD Digital Versatile Disc or Digital Video Disc PID Parameter IdentificationEBD Electronic Brake Distribution Pr PrimaryEBJ High-efficiency Compact Ball Fixed Joint P/S Power SteeringECM Engine Control Module PTJ Pillow Tripod JointEDJ High-efficiency Compact Double Offset P/W Power Window Joint RAM Random Access MemoryE/G Engine RH RH (Right Hand)EGI Electronic Gasoline Injection RHD Right Hand DriveEGR Exhaust Gas Recirculation ROM Read Only MemoryELR Emergency Locking Retractor rpm Revolution Per MinuteETC Electronic Throttle Control Rr RearEX Exhaust SDI Subaru Diagnostic InterfaceF/B Fuse & Joint Box SI Subaru IntelligentFL Fusible Link SOHC Single Overhead CamshaftFt Front SRS Supplemental Restraint SystemFWD Front Wheel Drive SSM Subaru Select MonitorGPS Global Positioning System ST Special ToolHI High STD StandardHID High-Intensity Discharge SW Switch HU-7
  11. 11. How to Use This ManualsHOW TO USE THIS MANUALST/B TurbochargerTCS Traction Control SystemTCM Transmission Control ModuleTGV Tumble Generator ValveT/M TransmissionTPMS Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemUJ Universal JointUV UltravioletVDC Vehicle Dynamics ControlV.I.N. Vehicle Identification NumberViS-C Viscous CouplingVSV Vacuum Switching ValveVTD Variable Torque DistributionW/H Wiring Harness Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com HU-8
  12. 12. SPECIFICATIONS SPC Page 1. BRZ ............................................................................................................2
  13. 13. BRZSPECIFICATIONS1. BRZA: DIMENSIONModel 2.0 L non-turboOverall length mm (in) 4,235 (166.7)Overall width mm (in) 1,775 (69.9) 1,430 (56.3)*1Overall height mm (in) 1,425 (56.1)*2 Length mm (in) 1,615 (63.6)Compartment Width mm (in) 1,490 (58.7) Height mm (in) 1,060 (41.7)Wheelbase mm (in) 2,570 (101.2) Front wheel mm (in) 1,520 (59.8)Tread Rear wheel mm (in) 1,540 (60.6)Minimum road clearance mm (in) 125 (4.9) *1: U4 model *2: Canada modelB: ENGINEModel 2.0 L non-turbo Horizontally opposed, liquid cooled, 4-cylinder,Engine type 4-stroke gasoline engineValve arrangement Overhead camshaft typeBore × stroke mm (in) 86.0 × 86.0 (3.39 × 3.39)Displacement cm3 (cu in) 1,998 (121.92)Compression ratio 12.5Ignition order 1—3—2—4Idle speed at Park or MT rpm 650 100Neutral position AT rpm 700 100Maximum output HP (kW)/rpm 200 (149)/7,000Maximum torque ft-lb (N·m)/rpm 151 (205)/6,400 — 6,600C: ELECTRICALModel 2.0 L non-turboIgnition timing/Idle MT BTDC/rpm 12° 10°/650speed AT BTDC/rpm 12° 10°/700Spark plug DENSO ZXE27HBR8Generator 12 V — 130 ABattery Type and capacity (5HR) MT/AT: 12 V — 48 AH (55D23R) Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com SPC-2
  14. 14. BRZ SPECIFICATIONSD: TRANSMISSION1. MTModel 2.0 L non-turboTransmission 6MTClutch type DSPD 1st 3.626 2nd 2.188 3rd 1.541Gear ratio 4th 1.213 5th 1.000 6th 0.767 Rev. 3.437 Type of gear HypoidReduction gear (Rear) Final reduction Gear ratio 4.100 6MT: 6-forward speeds and 1-reverse with synchromesh DSPD: Dry Single Plate Diaphragm2. ATModel 2.0 L non-turboTransmission 6ATClutch type TCC 1st 3.538 2nd 2.060 3rd 1.404Gear ratio 4th 1.000 5th 0.713 6th 0.582 Rev. 3.168 Type of gear HypoidReduction gear (Rear) Final reduction Gear ratio 4.100 6AT: Electronically controlled fully-automatic, 6-forward speeds and 1-reverse TCC: Torque Converter ClutchE: STEERINGModel 2.0 L non-turbo Rack & pinion typeType Electric power steeringTurns, lock to lock 2.4Minimum turning radius m (ft) 5.4 (17.7)F: SUSPENSIONFront Macpherson strut type independent suspensionRear Double-wishbone type independent suspension Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com SPC-3
  15. 15. BRZSPECIFICATIONSG: BRAKEService brake system Dual circuit hydraulic with vacuum suspended power unitFront Ventilated disc brakeRear Solid disc brake Ventilated disc brakeParking brake Mechanical on rear brakesH: TIRERim size 16 × 6.5J, 16 × 6.5JJ 17 × 7JTire size 205/55R16 215/45R17Type Tubeless, Steel belted radialI: CAPACITYModel 2.0 L non-turboTransmission MT ATFuel tank L (US gal, Imp gal) 50 (13.2, 11.0) Filling amount of engine oil When replacing engine oil and oil filter 5.4 (5.7, 4.8) L (US qt, Imp qt) When replacing engine oil only 5.2 (5.5, 4.6)Engine oil Total capacity L (US qt, Imp qt) 6.3 (6.7, 5.5) (at overhaul) 2.2Transmission oil L (US qt, Imp qt) — (2.3, 1.9) 7.5ATF L (US qt, Imp qt) — (7.9, 6.6)Rear differential gear oil L (US qt, Imp qt) 1.1 — 1.2 (1.2, 1.0 — 1.3, 1.1) 7.2 7.5Engine coolant L (US qt, Imp qt) (7.6, 6.3) (7.9, 6.6) Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com SPC-4
  16. 16. BRZ SPECIFICATIONSJ: WEIGHT 2 doorModel RTransmission MT AT C0 U4 C0 U4OP code NJ NW NJ NW NJ NW NJ NW kg 1,253 1,255 1,253 1,255 1,274 1,276 1,274 1,276 Total (lb) (2,762) (2,767) (2,762) (2,767) (2,809) (2,813) (2,809) (2,813)Curb weight kg 691 691 691 691 710 710 710 710 Front(C.W.) (lb) (1,523) (1,523) (1,523) (1,523) (1,565) (1,565) (1,565) (1,565) kg 562 564 562 564 564 566 564 566 Rear (lb) (1,239) (1,243) (1,239) (1,243) (1,243) (1,248) (1,243) (1,248) kg 1,670 1,670 1,670 1,670 1,700 1,700 1,700 1,700Gross vehicle weight (G.V.W.) (lb) (3,682) (3,682) (3,682) (3,682) (3,748) (3,748) (3,748) (3,748) kg 876 876 876 876 876 876 876 876Gross axle Front (lb) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931)weight(G.A.W.) kg 943 943 943 943 943 943 943 943 Rear (lb) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) A package LSD Leather package Spare tireOption HID headlight Leather seat — — — — — — — — 17-inch summer tire — — — — Manual A/C Auto A/C — — — — — — — — Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com SPC-5
  17. 17. BRZSPECIFICATIONS 2 doorModel STransmission MT AT C0 U4 C0 U4OP code NG NG NG NG kg 1,259 1,259 1,280 1,280 Total (lb) (2,776) (2,776) (2,822) (2,822)Curb weight kg 693 693 712 712 Front(C.W.) (lb) (1,528) (1,528) (1,570) (1,570) kg 566 566 568 568 Rear (lb) (1,248) (1,248) (1,252) (1,252) kg 1,670 1,670 1,700 1,700Gross vehicle weight (G.V.W.) (lb) (3,682) (3,682) (3,748) (3,748) kg 876 876 876 876Gross axle Front (lb) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931) (1,931)weight(G.A.W.) kg 943 943 943 943 Rear (lb) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) (2,079) A package LSD Leather package Spare tireOption HID headlight Leather seat 17-inch summer tire Manual A/C — — — — Auto A/C Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com SPC-6
  18. 18. PRECAUTION PC Page 1. Precaution ..................................................................................................2
  19. 19. PrecautionPRECAUTION1. Precaution 6. AIRBAG MODULE AND SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER DISPOSALA: CAUTION To prevent bodily injury from unexpected airbagPlease clearly understand and adhere to the follow- deployment, do not dispose the airbag modules oring general precautions for environmental protec- seat belt pretensioner in the same way as othertion and to avoid minor or serious injury to the waste. Follow all government regulations concern-person doing the work or people in the area. ing disposal of refuse.1. VEHICLE STABILITY CONTROL (VSC) 7. AIRBAG MODULEHandle the VSC as a total system. Do not disas- Adhere to the following when handing and storingsemble or attempt to repair individual parts. Follow the airbag module to prevent bodily injury from un-the directions in this manual when performing expected deployment:maintenance on the VSCCM&H/U. When parts oth- • Do not hold the harnesses or connectors to carryer than those specified are disassembled, it is pos- the module.sible that the VSC system will not operate when • Do not face the bag in the direction that it opensneeded or cause it to operate incorrectly and result towards yourself or other people.in injury. • Do not face the bag in the direction that it opens2. BRAKE FLUID towards the floor or walls.If brake fluid gets in your eyes or on your skin, do 8. AIRBAG SPECIAL TOOLthe following: To prevent unexpected deployment, only use spe-• Wash eyes and seek immediate medical atten- cial tools.tion.• Wash your skin with soap and then rinse thor- 9. WINDOWoughly with water. Always wear safety glasses when working around any glass to prevent glass fragments from damag-3. RADIATOR FAN ing your eyes.The radiator fan may rotate without warning, evenwhen the engine is not ON. Do not place your hand, 10.WINDOW ADHESIVEcloth, tools or other items near the fan at any time. Always use the recommended or equivalent adhe- sive when attaching glass to prevent it from falling4. ROAD TEST off, resulting in accidents and injury.Always conduct road tests in accordance with traf-fic rules and regulations to avoid bodily injury and 11.OILinterrupting traffic. When handling oil, adhere to the following to pre- vent unexpected accident.5. AIRBAG • Prepare a container and cloth to prevent scatter-To prevent bodily injury from unexpected deploy- ing of oil when performing work where oil can bement of airbags and unnecessary maintenance, fol- spilled. If the oil spills, wipe it off immediately to pre-low the instructions in this manual when performing vent from penetrating into floor or flowing out formaintenance on the airbag components or nearby, environmental protection.around front of the vehicle (radiator panel, front • Follow all government and local regulations con-wheel apron, front side frame, bumper, hood, front cerning disposal of refuse when disposing.fender), around side of the vehicle (doors, centerpillar, rear fender, side sill, rear wheel apron),around rear of the vehicle (rear seat cushion, rearfloor, rear crossmember) and the airbag wiring har-nesses or nearby.To prevent unexpected deployment, turn the igni-tion switch to OFF and disconnect the ground cablefrom battery, then wait at least 60 seconds beforestarting work. PC-2
  20. 20. Precaution PRECAUTION12.FUEL 15.REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OPERA-When handling and storing fuel, adhere to the fol- TION OF HOSES, ETC.lowing to prevent from unexpected accident. 1. Before the removal and installation operation• Be careful with fire. of hoses, etc.• Prepare a container and cloth to prevent scatter-ing of fuels when performing work where fuels can • If you keep using the damaged or deformedbe spilled. If the oil spills, wipe it off immediately to hose, it results bleeds or leakage of the fat adheresprevent from penetrating into floor or flowing out for or disconnection of the hose. Be careful not to spillenvironmental protection. fat adheres on exhaust pipes, etc. during mainte- nance to prevent emitting smoke or causing fires.• Follow all government and local regulations con-cerning disposal of refuse when disposing. • Perform the operation with the hose removed. If the operation is performed without removing the13.ENGINE COOLANT hose, it may damage inner surface of the hose.When handling engine coolant, adhere to the fol- 2. Removal and installation operation of hoses,lowing to prevent from unexpected accident. etc. during the inspection• Never remove the radiator cap since engine • Follow the instructions below when remov-coolant may blow out when it is hot. ing hose.• Prepare a container and cloth to prevent scatter- • Do not use a pointed hose remover (hoseing of engine coolant when performing work where plucker) when using a general hose remover. Itengine coolant can be spilled. If the oil spills, wipe it may damage the pipe surface or the hose.off immediately to prevent from penetrating intofloor or flowing out for environmental protection. NG NG• Follow all government and local regulations con-cerning disposal of refuse when disposing.14.AIR CONDITIONER REFRIGERANTIn order to prevent from global warming, avoid re-leasing air conditioner refrigerant into the atmo-sphere. Using a refrigerant recovery system,discharge and reuse it. (1) OK K (1) Hose remover (1) PC-00065 • When draining hose using pliers, be sure to cover the hose with cloth and rotate the hose slightly to extract straight. PC-3
  21. 21. PrecautionPRECAUTION• If you keep using the hose, perform the in- • Follow the instructions below during installa-spection below and replace the hose with a new tion.part if faulty. • Check carefully for assembling position. • Replace the hose with a new part if it rides • Never use lubricants. over the stay or the top of spool. • Insert the hose to the specified position (stop- per or spool) securely. (The spool stopper is the (1) space from the top of the spool to the base.) (2) (1) PC-00071 (1) Hose rides over the stay PC-00074 (1) (1) PC-00077 PC-00070 (1) Hose rides over the top of spool • Check if the surface and the inner surface of the hose are damaged, cracked, bend, hard- ened, softened, swelled, peeled or deformed due to the adherence or the entry of the foreign matter by bending the hose. Replace with the new part if faulty. PC-4
  22. 22. Precaution PRECAUTION • For hose clips and hose clamps, perform the inspection below and replace them with a new (A) part if faulty. • Check for deformation, rust, damage or for- eign matters. • For hose clip, check if it works and has clamp- ing force. • For hose clamp, check if it can tighten screw, not ovalized or the screw is not damaged. • For hose pipes, perform the inspection below and replace with a new part if faulty. Check if the pipe is not damaged, rusted, peeled (B) (peeled plates included), covered with foreign matter, bent, compressed or cracked. • For the parts below, replaces with a new part when the hose is removed or the installation position is changed. ATF cooler hose, fuel hose (delivery) PC-00080 (1) Push against the spool. (Insert the hose and prevent it from becoming wrinkled.) (2) Tighten the hose outwards and apply force thor- oughly. (A) Correct position (Spool base) (B) Correct position (Spool top)• Check if the position, direction and hose lay-out of the hose clamp are correct. (Check if theposition, direction, length and the gap aroundare correct, or if it is different from the conditionbefore the work)• After the installation, check that the hose is in-stalled securely and there is no leakage. (Checkif it is fixed securely with the clamp) PC-5
  23. 23. PrecautionPRECAUTION16.HANDLING PRECAUTIONS FOR SILICON-CONTAINING SPRAYWhen a silicone contained in the lubricant, rust inhibitor or glazing agent adheres to the electrical contact ofthe relay or switch, nonconducting silica dioxide (SiO2) film will be formed, which may lead to poor continuity.Therefore, the following precautions must be observed when using the silicon-containing spray.• Never spray directly to the electrical equipment.• When using the spray close to the electrical equipment, always put the cover on it. Be sure to put the coveron the electrical equipment especially when using the spray to the locations shown in the figure below andtheir surrounding areas. (1) (3) (5) (5) (2) (4) PC-00079 (1) Audio, heater control switch (3) Combination switch (5) Power window switch (2) Shift/select lever switch, parking (4) Stop light switch, brake switch, switch clutch switch, clutch start switch• If the residual silicon remains in the vicinity of the electrical equipment after the spray has been used, thevaporized silicon stands around the electrical equipment and it may adhere to electrical contact. After usingthe spray, be sure to wipe the silicon off with a cloth.• Even when using the spray to the place away from the electrical equipment, the droplet of the spray maybe splashed to the periphery. Use as small amount of spray as possible, and take care not to splash the sil-icon to the periphery.NOTE:The “silicon” used in this section refers to “silicone”, that is, silicon polymer. PC-6
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  25. 25. NoteNOTE1. NoteA: BASIC REPAIR HINTThis section describes basic points that the service operator must understand before performing the serviceoperation.1. APPEARANCE• Always wear clean work clothing.• Wear a cap and protective shoes.2. PROTECTION OF VEHICLE UNDER MAINTENANCE AND PREPARATION OF TOOLS/EQUIPMENT• Before work, cover the vehicle body. (Ex. grille cover, fender cover, seat cover and floor mat cover)• Before performing the service operation, prepare tools, equipment, container box, grease and cloth etc. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) NT-00445 (1) Fender cover (3) Tray (5) Container box (2) Tools/equipment case (4) Oil (6) Cloth3. SAFETY 4. SERVICE OPERATION• Before work, set the wheel stoppers to secure • By identifying the vehicle problems thoroughlythe vehicle. before work, service operation will be performed ef-• When performing work by multiple workers, call fectively.to each other to make sure that service operation is • Before removing parts, confirm the installationperformed safely. condition or the damage of the parts.• Before starting engine, ventilate the room. • To reinstall parts properly, leave a note of the• When performing the service operation of high- condition before work as necessary.temperature parts like muffler, rotating parts like • For a part which needs positioning, take appro-fan and other movable parts, be careful not to get priate action such as putting alignment marks.burned or injured. • For a removed part, clean it as necessary and• For the jack-up and lift up, set the tool to the check for damage and defect before installation.proper location to support the vehicle correctly. Anduse the safety device properly when lifting up. NT-2
  26. 26. Note NOTE5. REMOVED PART• A removed part must be organized to avoid mixing up with similar parts. When same parts are used in mul-tiple locations, such as pistons in engine, manage the parts by using labels with cylinder No. so that the partsare not installed to the wrong location.• Always replace nonreusable parts such as gasket and O-ring with new parts.• After work, have a customer confirm the replaced part.6. WHEN REMOVING BATTERY• To prevent damaging the retainer & molding assembly, completely close the front door glass on driversand passengers sides before removing the battery.• When removing battery, power supply is cut off and the information stored in the computer memory is vol-atilized. Therefore, setting information of some device is initialized to the factory default. The device andfunctions initialized by removing battery are as follows. No. Item Procedures for connecting the battery 1 Clock Set to the clock to the current time. Temperature setting of fully automatic air conditioner (Set- 2 Restore to the setting before removing battery. ting made by customer) Perform initialization of automatic full open/close of drivers 3 Power window system window (power window system). If the engine does not start, initialize the steering lock sys- 4 Steering lock system (Models with keyless access) tem. Turn the ignition switch to ON, and wait 10 seconds before 5 Electronic throttle system starting the engine. With no electronic loads applied, allow the engine to idle 6 Engine control system until it is completely warmed up (until the radiator fan is acti- vated two times or more). 7 Past trouble history (memory code) —7. ADJUSTMENT SERVICE PROCEDURES PERFORMED BEFORE DELIVERY TO CUSTOM-ERPerform the following procedures before delivering the vehicle to the customer according to maintenanceperformed and parts replaced. Adjustment procedures also per- No. Item Check points Adjustment procedures formed when replacing parts During device removal/installation procedures • Motor, instrument panel, steer- Each device location ing column and similar parts Adjust all devices to be in • Steering Are all devices in the • Room mirror, roof trim and sim- the same positions as • Room mirror same positions as when ilar parts 1 when the vehicle was • Door mirror the vehicle was received • Door mirrors, door panels and received from the cus- • Seat from the customer? similar parts tomer. • Air conditioning vent grille • Seats, floor carpet, parking brake lever and similar parts • Vent grilles, instrument panel, console box and similar parts Position of all switches • Wipers, lights (AUTO or Are all switches in the Return all switches to the OFF) same positions as when same positions as when During switch removal/installa- 2 • Illumination control the vehicle was received the vehicle was received tion procedures • Room light from the customer? from the customer. • Seat heater and similar parts Is the antenna in the same positions as when the During antenna removal/installa- 3 Antenna position Adjust antenna position. vehicle was received from tion procedures and car wash the customer? NT-3
  27. 27. NoteNOTEB: NOTE 5. BACKUP/POWER SUPPLY FUSEThis is the information that can improve the effi- The 30A fuse is moved from position (A) to (B) asciency of maintenance and assure the sound work. shown in the figure below to prevent battery con- sumption when vehicles are delivered. Remove the1. CAR WASH fuse from (B) and install in (A) as shown in the fig-• Perform procedures in a clean location and take ure below. Removing the fuse from (B) deactivatesmeasures to protect from dust. control during shipping (delivery mode).• Before disassembly, clean all parts except forassembly parts with steam etc. When steam clean-ing, use vinyl tape or similar material to plug upparts such as the air breather, oil level gauge andconnectors so as to prevent steam from getting in-side such parts.• Use new white kerosene or similar liquid as thecleaning solution.• Never wash rubber parts, such as o-rings, gas-kets and oil seals, using cleaning solution.2. FASTENERS NOTICETighten the bolts and nuts to the specified torque.Do not apply paint, lubricant, rust retardant or othersubstance to the surface around bolts, nuts, etc. Itmay cause troubles with tightening to the specifiedtorque and result in looseness and other problemsof bolts and nuts.3. STATIC ELECTRICITY DAMAGE (A) (B)Do not touch the control modules, connectors, logicboards and other such parts when there is a risk of NT-00457static electricity. Always use a static electricity pre-vention cord or touch grounded metal for the elimi- 6. IMMOBILIZER RELATED PARTnation of static electricity before conducting work. Do not replace parts which have an immobilizer ID4. BATTERY (all ignition keys, combination meter (except for Canada), body integrated unit, ECM and SCM (forWhen removing the battery terminal, always be Canada), access key, keyless access CM, steeringsure to turn the ignition switch to OFF and discon- lock CM and ID code box (for Canada) with partsnect the battery ground terminal first. from other vehicles.For models equipped with the keyless access withpush button start system, turn off all power supply 7. SERVICE PARTS(indicator of the push button ignition switch goes Use genuine parts for maximum performance andoff) before disconnecting the battery ground termi- maintenance when conducting repairs. Subaru/FHInal. will not be responsible for poor performance result- ing from the use of parts except for genuine parts. 8. PROTECTING VEHICLE UNDER MAIN- TENANCE Make sure to attach the fender cover, seat covers, etc. before work. 9. ENSURING SECURITY DURING WORK When working in a group of two or more, perform the work with calling each other to ensure mutual safety. NT-4
  28. 28. Note NOTE10.LIFT AND JACKWhen using a lift or shop jack to raise a vehicle orusing rigid rack to support a vehicle, always followinstructions concerning jack-up points and weightlimits to prevent the vehicle from falling, whichcould result in injury. Be especially careful that thevehicle is balanced before raising it. Be sure to setthe wheel stoppers when jacking-up only the frontor rear side of the vehicle.CAUTION:Select the lift attachment so that the side silldoes not contact the lift arm.NOTE:• When using a lift, follow its operation manual.• When the side sill cover contacts the lift arm, usea lift attachment.• Do not work or leave unattended while the vehi-cle is supported with jack, support it with rigidracks.• Be sure to use the rigid racks with rubber at-tached to cradle to support the vehicle.• When using a lift, use an attachment or some-thing similar.• When using a plate lift, use a rubber attachment.Place the attachment to the specified position ofthe vehicle, by adjusting front/rear and left/rightsides accordingly. (A) (C) (B) NT-00070 (A) 80 mm (3.1 in) or more (B) 80 — 100 mm (3.15 — 3.94 in) (C) 120 — 200 mm (4.72 — 7.87 in)• Align the cushion rubber center part of plate liftwith the center part of rubber attachment.• Do not use the plate lift whose attachment doesnot reach the supporting locations. NT-5
  29. 29. NoteNOTE• Support locations (1) (1) NT-00467 (1) Jack-up point• Pantograph jackCAUTION:When storing the jack holder after use, store with the jack handle mount of the jack facing the insideof the trunk. (1) (1) NT-00459 (1) Jack-up point Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com NT-6
  30. 30. Note NOTE• Lift NT-00271CAUTION:For models with side under skirt, use a spacer or an attachment to lift up the vehicle securely at jackup point, without contact of side under skirt and lift.• Rigid rack (A) NT-00242 (A) Attachment NT-7
  31. 31. NoteNOTE• Plate lift (1) (2) (1) NT-00452 (1) Jack-up point (2) Attachment• Jack-up point (When using a garage jack) (A) (1) (B) (2) NT-00447 (A) Front (B) Rear (1) Frame (2) Rear differentialCAUTION:If jacking up the front side of the vehicle, make sure that the jack is attached at the center of the jack-up plate not at the sides. NT-8
  32. 32. Note NOTE11.TIE-DOWNSTie-downs are used when transporting vehicles and when using the chassis dynamo. Attach tie-down onlyto the specified locations on the vehicle.• Tie-down location (1) (2) NT-00453 (1) Hook for tie-down (2) Tie-down hole• Chain direction at tie-down conditionCAUTION:• Pull the front and rear of the vehicle in the opposite direction, and pull the left and right of the ve-hicle in the same direction.• Patterns except for the followings (recommended) are not allowed. RecommendedTie-down direction NT-00214 NT-9
  33. 33. NoteNOTE• Tie-down rangeFor ground transportationCAUTION:To tie down the vehicle from the vehicle interior, hook the hooks of the tie-down chain on the rear tie-down holes from the vehicle interior. When the vehicle is tied down from vehicle outside, hook thehooks of tie-down chain on the rear tie-down hooks from vehicle outside. ˚ 20˚ 20 20˚ 20˚ ˚ 20 20 ˚ 20 ˚ 20 ˚ 20˚ 20˚ ˚ 20˚ 20 20 ˚ 20 ˚ 20 ˚ Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com 20 ˚ (A) (B) 45˚ ˚ 45˚ ˚ 45 45 :(C) NT-00462 (A) Front tie-down hook (B) Rear tie-down hole (C) Chain pulling range at tie-down condition NT-10
  34. 34. Note NOTEFor sea transportationCAUTION:The eye bolts are exclusively used for towing and sea transportation tie-down, and do not use themfor ground and freight transportation. (F) 70 ˚ (E) 43˚ 70 ˚ 43˚ 70˚ 70˚ (B) (A) (D) ˚ 70 :(C) NT-00463 (A) Front tie-down hook (C) Chain pulling range at tie-down (E) 1,500 mm (59.1 in) condition (B) Eye bolt (D) 400 mm (15.7 in) (F) 1,217 mm (47.9 in) NT-11
  35. 35. NoteNOTE• Vehicle sinking volume at tie-down conditionCAUTION:The vehicle sinking volume at tie-down condition should be less than 50 mm (1.97 in) and make sureto fix the vehicle securely.Check to see if the tensions of chains or belts at tie-down condition are appropriate in the followingprocedures.1) Before tie-down, measure the distance between the highest tire point and highest arch point at the centerof wheel.2) After tie-down, measure the distance between the highest tire point and highest arch point at the center ofwheel.3) If the distance (A) between the measured value of 1) and 2) above, is less than 50 mm (1.97 in), it is judgedas OK. If the distance is 50 mm (1.97 in) or more, it is judged as NG because the tension is too high. (B) (B) (C) (A) (C) (A) NT-00456 (B) Arch position before tie-down (C) Arch position after tie-down• Notes for the use of tie-down hookWhen the vehicle is tied down from vehicle inside, hook the hooks of tie-down chain from vehicle inside, andwhen the vehicle is tied down from vehicle outside, hook the hooks of tie-down chain from vehicle outside.For front tie-down hook, use S hook and J hook, and for rear tie-down hole, use S hook, J hook and T hook.T hook can be used only for rear tie-down hole. Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com NT-12
  36. 36. Note NOTE12.TOWINGAvoid towing vehicles except when the vehicle cannot be driven. For AT models, use a loader instead of tow-ing. When towing other vehicles, pay attention to the following to prevent hook or vehicle damage resultingfrom excessive weight.• Do not tow other vehicles with a front tie-down hook.• Make sure the vehicle towing is heavier than the vehicle being towed.• FrontRemove the hook cover, and install the towing hook (eye bolt). (A) (B) NT-00448 (A) Hook cover (B) Towing hook (eyebolt)• RearRemove the hook cover, and install the towing hook (eye bolt). (A) (B) NT-00449 (A) Hook cover (B) Towing hook (eyebolt) NT-13
  37. 37. NoteNOTE• Precautions Towing Precautions MT ATLifting up four wheels (On a trailer) Use car carrier truck when the chassis or drivetrain of a vehi- cle has been damaged in an accident. NT-00023Rope • Check if both front and rear wheels are rotated normally. • Driving conditions: Driving speed 30 km/h (19 MPH) or less Allow driving distance 30 km (19 miles) or less NT-00024Raising the front wheels NT-00025Lifting up the front wheels • Prohibited, due to damage on bumper, front grille, etc. • Do not raise the vehicle with bumper. NT-00026Marked : OK, Marked : Prohibited, Marked : Conditionally OK. NT-14
  38. 38. Note NOTECAUTION: • Place the shift lever in “N” position during towing. • Do not lift up the rear wheels to avoid unsteady rotation. • Turn the ignition key to “ACC”, then check the steering wheel moves freely. (Models without the keyless access with push button start system) • Turn the ignition switch to “ACC” or “ON” position, and check that the steering wheel moves freely. (Models equipped with the keyless access with push button start system) • Release the parking brake to avoid tire dragging. • Since the power steering does not work, be careful for the heavy steering effort. (When engine is stopped) • Since the servo brake does not work, be careful that the brake is not applied effectively. (When engine is stopped) • In case of the malfunction of internal transmission or drive system, lift up four wheels (on a trail- er) for towing. • Do not use towing hook (eye bolt) except when towing. • Make sure to detach the towing hook (eye bolt) after towing. If the hook remains attached, airbag may not operate properly when receiving a shock from front side.13.CARRIER CARBefore lowering the vehicle from the carrier car, perform the following operations.CAUTION:Always perform the following operations before lowering the vehicle from the carrier car. Otherwise,the power unit will rotate reversely, which may cause the damage to the engine, vacuum pump, andtransmission.1) Start the engine.2) Set the transmission shift position into driving direction of the vehicle. (Do not set the transmission into Rrange when driving forward. Do not set the transmission into 1 — 6 or D range when driving in reverse.)CAUTION:Be sure to perform 2) mentioned above even if the engine cannot be started in some reasons.14.FRONT HOOD STAY1) Always attach the stay to the normal position when performing works such as inspections and generalmaintenance.CAUTION:At the inspection and general maintenance, do not detach the stay. (1) NT-00450 (1) Normal attached position NT-15
  39. 39. NoteNOTE2) When a wider front hood opening is needed, set the stay to the fully open positions on both the hood andengine compartment sides as shown in the figure. (2) (1) (2) (1) NT-00451 (1) Normal attached position (2) Installation position at full open15.GENERAL SCAN TOOLUsing general scan tools will greatly improve the efficiency of repairing engine electronic controls. SubaruSelect Monitor can be used to diagnose the engine, vehicle dynamic control (VDC), air conditioner and otherelectrically controlled parts. NT-16
  40. 40. Note NOTE16.SPEEDOMETER TEST 2) When the brake dragging force is large.1) Set the vehicle on speedometer tester. • Check the dragging of brake pad or brake shoe.CAUTION: Specifications:Fix the vehicle using a pulling metal (chain or Braking forcewire) to the front and rear towing hooks or tie- Rear wheel total 10% or more of load on front or reardown hook to prevent the lateral runout of the wheelsrear wheels and sudden jumping out of the ve- Difference between 8% or less of load on front or rearhicle. right and left wheels wheels Grand total 50% or more of vehicle weight at the time of test 18.ON THE CAR WHEEL BALANCING CAUTION: • Carry out the procedures after measuring the balance of each single tire. • Set the vehicle so that the front and rear NT-00458 wheels are the same height.2) Conduct the speedometer test work. • Release the parking brake during measure- ment.CAUTION: • Rotate each wheel by hands, and make sure itDo not operate the clutch quickly and do not ac- rotates without dragging.celerate or decelerate suddenly during work. • Do not operate the clutch quickly and do not17.BRAKE TEST accelerate or decelerate suddenly during work. • When an error is indicated during engine1) Keep the front or rear wheels on the ground dur- drive, do not use the motor drive together.ing measurement. 1) Set the rigid rack to the specified locations of side sill, jack up the front or rear two wheels of non- measuring side and set the pickup stands to two wheels of measuring side. (A) (C) (A) (B) NT-00029 (A) Brake tester (B) Position for measuring front wheel (B) NT-00374 (C) Position for measuring rear wheel (A) Balancer body (B) Pickup stand (left and right) 2) For drive wheel, drive the tires with engine for measurement. 3) For non-drive wheel, drive the tires from the on the car wheel balancer for measurement. NT-17
  41. 41. NoteNOTE NT-18
  42. 42. IDENTIFICATION ID Page 1. Identification ...............................................................................................2
  43. 43. IdentificationIDENTIFICATION1. IdentificationA: IDENTIFICATION1. IDENTIFICATION NUMBER & LABEL LOCATIONSThe V.I.N. (Vehicle Identification Numbers) is used to classify the vehicle.• POSITIONING OF THE LABEL FOR IDENTIFICATION (2) (5) (3) (4) (6) (1) ID-00399 (1) Vehicle identification number (3) Tire inflation pressure label (5) Vehicle identification number (V.I.N.) (below the driver’s floor (V.I.N. plate) carpet) (2) Emission control label (4) MVSS label (6) Model number label ID-2
  44. 44. Identification IDENTIFICATION• ENGINE • REAR DIFFERENTIAL (1) (1) (2) ID-00384 ID-00398 (1) Engine serial number (1) Identification label (2) Engine type (casting) cylinder block upper side • FMVSS LABEL, CMVSS LABEL• AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Example (FMVSS label)AT (1) ID-00321 ID-00402 • MODEL NUMBER LABEL (1) Transmission serial No. (label)• MANUAL TRANSMISSION (1) ID-00322 ID-00403 (1) Identification label ID-3
  45. 45. IdentificationIDENTIFICATION2. MEANING OF V.I.N.The meaning of the V.I.N. is as follows:]JF1ZCAB1XD160001[The starting and ending brackets ( ] [ ) are stop marks. Digits Code Meaning Details1—3 JF1 Manufacturer body area JF1: Passenger car, FHI made4 Z Car line Z: BRZ5 C Body type C: COUPE6 A Displacement A: 2.0 L non-turbo7 B Grade B: R C: S8 1 Restraint 1: Manual belts, dual airbag, side airbag for seat back, curtain air- bag for roof9 X Check digit 0—9&X10 D Model year D: 2013MY11 1 Transmission type 1: FR 6 speed MT 2: FR 6 speed AT12 — 17 600001 Serial number 600001 —3. MODEL NUMBER LABELThe model number label indicates: the applied model, the option code, the trim code, the engine type, thetransmission type, and the exterior color code. This information is helpful when placing orders for parts.ZC6AYB8 Digits Code Meaning Details1 Z Series Z: BRZ2 C Body type C: COUPE3 6 Total engine displace- 6: 2.0 L FR ment Drive system4 A Model year A: 2013MY5 Y Destination Y: U.S., Canada6 B Grade B: R E: S7 8 Transmission, fuel feed 7: 6AT system 8: 6MTThe engine and transmission type are as follows.• EngineFA20DAWB9A Digits Code Meaning Details1 and 2 FA Engine type symbol FA: 4 cylinder gasoline3 and 4 20 Displacement class 20: 2.0 L5 D Fuel feed system D: DOHC non-turbo6 A Emission regulations A: U.S. (Tier2/LEV)7 W Intake/exhaust system W: Intake AVCS, exhaust AVCS8 B Mounted transmission B: 6MT U: 6AT9 and 10 9A Detailed specifications Used when ordering parts. For details, refer to the parts catalog. Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com ID-4
  46. 46. Identification IDENTIFICATION• Transmission1. MT81 (MT ID label) Digits Code Meaning Details1—2 81 MT model classification 81: TL701VD90ATL701VD90A Digits Code Meaning Details1 T Transmission T: Transmission2 L Transmission system L: FR (MT)3 and 4 70 Distance between gear 70: Between main shaft and drive pinion center5 1 Classification 1: 6MT6 V Transmission specifica- V: Single range 6MT tions7 D Mounted engine D: 2.0 L DOHC8 — 10 90A Detailed specifications Used when ordering parts. For details, refer to the parts catalog.2. ATTX6A8GD90A Digits Code Meaning Details1 T Transmission T: Transmission2 X Transmission system X: FR3 and 4 6A Classification 6A: 6AT5 8 Classification 8: Small type6 G Transmission specifica- G: With ATF cooler (with warmer feature) tions7 D Mounted engine D: 2.0 L non-turbo DOHC8 — 10 90A Detailed specifications Used when ordering parts. For details, refer to the parts catalog.• Rear differential Code Reduction gear ratio LSDY38 4.100 Torsen• Option codeNJ1-digit number NA packageLSDLeather package2-digit number G J WSpare tireHID lightLeather seat17-inch summer tireManual A/CAuto A/C Courtesy of FT86CLUB.com ID-5
  47. 47. IdentificationIDENTIFICATION ID-6
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