subaru Archives - Brake & Front End
Subaru Brake Grease Goes Under the Abutment Clip

This service bulletin covers the application of additional lubrication between the brake caliper support and pad clips.

Subaru Wheel Nut Change For Rust

An anti-rust treatment coating is now applied during the manufacturing process to prevent rust from developing.

SUBARU Electric Parking Brake Inoperative

Always be sure to follow the complete service procedure in the applicable service manual.

NRS Brakes Releases Updated Brake Pads For Subaru

NRS Brakes is recognized globally for its long-lasting, rust-resistant technology.

Snap-on Expands Subaru Specialty Tool Offerings

The tools make it possible to remove and install compliance bushings without completely removing the control arm.

Alignment Specs: 2009-2013 Subaru Forester

The camber is adjustable from the factory with a cam bolt in the strut flange. Caster is non-adjustable.

Subaru TPMS Service

Always service these direct systems with dedicated TPMS tools.

Subaru EyeSight Calibration: Is A Plumb Bob An OE Tool?

All ADAS calibration procedures should start with the same steps no matter the make or the tools used for calibration.

Understanding Subaru’s EyeSight System

EyeSight uses cameras mounted inside the car on the upper edge of the windshield.

Alignment Specs: Subaru Legacy 2005-2009

The fourth-generation Subaru Legacy was produced from 2005-2009. It was available as both a sedan and a wagon until 2008 when the wagon was dropped. The front suspension design uses a MacPherson strut and the rear suspension is a multi-link design that changes toe and camber dynamically as the suspension and body change position.

Subaru TPMS: Better Service These Direct Systems With Dedicated TPMS Tools

Subaru first started experimenting with TPMS in its vehicles in 2004 with the Subaru Outback and Subaru Legacy. The Subaru B9 Tribeca was outfitted with TPMS in 2006 and the automaker added TPMS to all of its other models in 2008. The TPMS on Subarus are direct systems. In order to properly service and reset these systems, it’s important that a shop invests in a TPMS tool that can interface through the OBDII port.

Tech Tip: Subaru Electric Parking Brake Inoperative

This bulletin announces a new replacement EPB actuator assembly to address DTC C0251. In isolated cases, the automatic calibration function of the EPB actuator may not always occur when turning the ignition on.