Clutch Pedal Sticking Subaru

Clutch Pedal Sticking Subaru:

For naturally-aspirated models with hydraulic clutches:

  • Remove the intake chamber from the backside of the intake manifold.
  • Remove the clutch hose and the clutch operating cylinder. In this procedure it is not necessary to remove the master cylinder, the clutch pipe bracket.
  • Replace the clutch hose and the clutch operating cylinder with new parts as listed below. Note that two pieces of gasket (P/N 114130151) used on the connector of the operating cylinder must be replaced with new ones when replacing the clutch hose.Tightening torque of the bolt is: 37 ±3 Nm (27 ±2 ft. lbs).
  • Bolt the operating cylinder onto the transmission.
  • Add brake fluid.
  • Bleed the air from the system.
  • Install the intake chamber.

For turbo models:

  • Remove the intercooler.
  • Remove the clutch operating cylinder hose. In this procedure, the clutch master cylinder, clutch pipe and bracket are unnecessary to be removed.
  • Replace the clutch hose that was removed with the new one listed below. Note that two pieces of gasket (P/N 114130151) used on the connector of the operating cylinder must be replaced with new ones when replacing the clutch hose.Tightening torque of the bolt is: 37 ±3 Nm (27 ±2 ft. lbs).

 

  • Add brake fluid.
  • Bleed the air from the system.
  • Install the intercooler.
  • Insure there is no leakage from the line, check whether fluid leakage occurs after the clutch pedal has been fully depressed.
  • Check whether the clutch performs normally.

 

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