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4-2  [W800]                          SERVICE PROCEDURE
8. Wheel Balancing

8. Wheel Balancing                                         9. Installation of Wheel
1) Proper wheel balance may be lost if the tire is         Assembly to Vehicle
repaired or if it wears. Check the tire for dynamic        1) Attach the wheel to the hub by aligning the
balance, and repair as necessary.                          wheel bolt hole with the hub bolt.
2) To check for dynamic balance, use a dynamic             2) Temporarily attach the wheel nuts to the hub
balancer. Drive in the balance weight on both the          bolts. (In the case of aluminum wheel, use
top and rear sides of the rim.                             SUBARU genuine wheel nut for aluminum wheel.)
3) Some types of balancer can cause damage to              3) Manually tighten the nuts making sure the
the wheel. Use an appropriate balancer when                wheel hub hole is aligned correctly to the guide
adjusting the wheel balance.                               portion of hub.
4) Use genuine balance weights.                            4) Tighten the wheel nuts in a diagonal selection
CAUTION:                                                   to the specified torque. Use a wheel nut wrench.

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