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Old 11-11-2010, 08:22 PM   #1
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Default 02 ej20t into 98 forester?what needs to be done

hi, im asking this real quick because i have a 02 wrx as my daily driver and its not quite able to be driven in the winter unless i do some major work. i found a 98 forester for real cheap with the engine blown but tranny is still good. now my question is...since i have everything for the engine on my wrx and it runs....can i just drop it into the forester and run it and just use the flexplate and torque converter from the forester or is there something else i need to do or is this a more in depth project then im thinking. would like some answers ASAP any help is appreciated because im trying to get this moving if it can be done in the next couple of days. also if people dont know but can point me in the right direction that also would be appreciated. also ask if you need clarification cause i typed this quick off the top of my head and might not make sense
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Old 11-12-2010, 03:29 PM   #2
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i guess what im asking is will a 98 forester flex plate bolt up to an 02 ej20 crank and are there any harness issues?
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Old 11-12-2010, 05:04 PM   #3
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mount up yes

"just drop it into the forester"-big no
you would have to remove the harness out of the wrx and forester then strip them both down remerge then reinstall in to the forester ...

if you had a second wrx harness its more feasable ..
even then you still have the risk of the 98 tcu not wanting to talk to the 02 ecu
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