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This is information that can improve efficiency of
maintenance and assure sound work.
1. FASTENER NOTICE
Fasteners are used to prevent parts from damage
and dislocation due to looseness. Fasteners must
be tightened to the specified torque.
Do not apply paint, lubricant, rust retardant, or oth-
er substances to the surface around bolts, fasten-
ers, etc. Doing so will make it difficult to obtain the
correct torque and result in looseness and other
2. STATIC ELECTRICITY DAMAGE
Do not touch the control unit, connectors, logic
boards, and other such parts when there is a risk of
static electricity. Always use a static electricity pre-
vention cord or touch grounded metal before con-
When removing the battery cables, always be sure
to turn the ignition off to prevent electrical damage
to the control unit from rush current.
4. SERVICE PARTS
Use authentic service parts for maximum perfor-
mance and maintenance, when conducting repairs.
Subaru/FHI will not be responsible for poor perfor-
mance resulting from the use of parts not specified
by a genuine dealer.
5. PROTECTING VEHICLE UNDER MAIN-
Make sure to attach the fender cover, seat covers,
etc. before work.
6. ENSURING SAFETY DURING WORK
When working in a group of two or more, perform
the work with calling each other to ensure mutual
7. LIFTS AND JACKS
When using a lift or jack to raise a vehicle, always follow instructions concerning jack-up points and weight
limits to prevent the vehicle from falling, which could result in injury. Be especially careful to make sure the
vehicle is balanced before raising it.
Be sure to set the wheel stoppers when jacking-up only the front or rear of the vehicle.
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