Subaru Forester Brakes 1999 2000 (25) PDF

D: ASSEMBLY
1. PRECAUTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING
1) When assembling, be sure to use recom-
mended brake fluid.
2) Ensure that the inside wall of cylinder, pistons,
and piston cups are free from dirt when assem-
bling.
3) Be extremely careful not to damage, scratch, or
dent cylinder inside wall, pistons, and piston cups.
4) Do not drop parts. Never attempt to use any
part that has been dropped accidentally.
2. ASSEMBLING OPERATION
1) Assembling piston assembly:
Apply recommended brake fluid to inside wall of
cylinder, and to outer surface of piston assembly,
and install piston assemblies carefully into cylinder.
2) Assembling cylinder pin:
3) Press the pawl and install the piston retainer
into the master cylinder.
S4M0124
E: INSTALLATION
Install the master cylinder to the body in the
reverse order of removal.
Tightening torque:
Master cylinder mounting nut
14
4 Nm (1.4
0.4 kg-m, 10.1
2.9 ft-lb)
Piping flare nut
15
+3
/
?2
Nm (1.5
+0.3
/
?0.2
kg-m, 10.8
+2.2
/
?1.4
ft-lb)
CAUTION:
Be sure to use recommended brake fluid.
6. Brake Booster
A: REMOVAL
1) Remove or disconnect the following parts at
engine compartment.
(1) Disconnect connector for brake fluid level
indicator.
(2) Remove brake pipes from master cylinder.
(3) Remove master cylinder installing nuts.
(4) Disconnect vacuum hose from brake
booster.
2) Remove the following parts from the pedal
bracket.
(1) Snap pin and clevis pin
(2) The four brake booster installing nuts
3) Remove brake booster while shunning brake
pipes.
B: HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
1) Be careful not to drop brake booster. Brake
booster should be discarded if it has been
dropped.
2) Use special care when handling operating rod.
If excessive force is applied to operating rod, suf-
ficient to cause a change in the angle in excess of
3, it may result in damage to the power piston
cylinder.
3) Use care when placing brake booster on the
floor.
CAUTION:
If external force is applied from above when
brake booster is placed in this position, the
resin portion as indicated by ?P?, may be dam-
aged.
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(1) Force
33
[W6B0] 4-4SERVICE PROCEDURE
6. Brake Booster

Subaru Forester Brakes 1999 2000 (25) Summary of Content

D: ASSEMBLY1. PRECAUTIONS FOR ASSEMBLING1) When assembling, be sure to use recom-mended brake fluid.2) Ensure that the inside wall of cylinder, pistons,and piston cups are free from dirt when assem-bling.3) Be extremely careful not to damage, scratch, ordent cylinder inside wall, pistons, and piston cups.4) Do not drop parts. Never attempt to use anypart that has been dropped accidentally.2. ASSEMBLING OPERATION1) Assembling piston assembly:Apply recommended brake fluid to inside wall ofcylinder, and to outer surface of piston assembly,and install piston assemblies carefully into cylinder.2) Assembling cylinder pin:3) Press the pawl and install the piston retainerinto the master cylinder.S4M0124E: INSTALLATIONInstall the master cylinder to the body in thereverse order of removal.Tightening torque:Master cylinder mounting nut144 Nm (1.40.4 kg-m, 10.12.9 ft-lb)Piping flare nut15+3/2Nm (1.5+0.3/0.2kg-m, 10.8+2.2/1.4ft-lb)CAUTION:Be sure to use recommended brake fluid.6. Brake BoosterA: REMOVAL1) Remove or disconnect the following parts atengine compartment.(1) Disconnect connector for brake fluid levelindicator.(2) Remove brake pipes from master cylinder.(3) Remove master cylinder installing nuts.(4) Disconnect vacuum hose from brakebooster.2) Remove the following parts from the pedalbracket.(1) Snap pin and clevis pin(2) The four brake booster installing nuts3) Remove brake booster while shunning brakepipes.B: HANDLING PRECAUTIONS1) Be careful not to drop brake booster. Brakebooster should be discarded if it has beendropped.2) Use special care when handling operating rod.If excessive force is applied to operating rod, suf-ficient to cause a change in the angle in excess of3, it may result in damage to the power pistoncylinder.3) Use care when placing brake booster on thefloor.CAUTION:If external force is applied from above whenbrake booster is placed in this position, theresin portion as indicated by P, may be dam-aged.S4M0464A(1) Force33[W6B0] 4-4SERVICE PROCEDURE6. Brake Booster