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Old 11-04-2012, 02:27 PM   #1
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I don't have a picture of it before removal so I don't know/can't figure out what goes here? It's an 04 EJ205 the bolt going into the block that is dead center in the picture...



Also, these fell out of or off of something, anyone recognize these? I've not seen them on this engine before



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Old 11-04-2012, 05:08 PM   #2
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Top pic is your a.c compressor goes.there.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:12 PM   #3
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now sure wtf the 2/3rd pic are but the first is missing the ac compressor and its bracket which is what that bolt and a few more hold down.
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Old 11-04-2012, 05:27 PM   #4
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Isn't the thing on the right the ac compressor bracket? The black one on the right that I have bolted in. I know the ac compressor is missing, but there is one bolt that perhaps I should have removed for a better picture but it's dead center and partially sticking out. I don't know if I have another bracket for those 3 units, PS, Alt, A/C.
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Old 11-06-2012, 12:39 PM   #5
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does anyone have a picture of what bracket is supposed to go there?

And why is it in the Subaru CD I can't find pictures of everything that mounts on top of the block…thats what I need schematics of.

Anyone know the torque speq's of the exhaust headers/manifold. I know the torque specs of the bolts that go into the heads, but not the specs of how hard to tighten the actual header/up pipe combo.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:05 PM   #6
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as far as those bushings, its hard to say, a size reference would be helpful.

I've never tightened an exhaust to any torque spec. I make them tight, then after the car heat cycles a few times, I go back and make them tighter. I'll see if I can dig up a spec for you.
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Old 11-06-2012, 01:38 PM   #7
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Since all of the A/C brackets are already attached to the motor it appears this is a spare bolt location (used with different models of Impreza A/C brackets). Did you happen to attach the hoist chain to this bolt? High likelihood it is a spare.



Those 2 small bushings look like the things inside of the TGV housings that the black rod rides on. They are a pain to remove and most likely not from your motor if the TGVs are still in place.

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Old 11-07-2012, 09:26 AM   #8
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Biodude, where did you get that schematic?


IA performance, the tgv's are still in place so I need o get those back in to where they were? or can leave them out. If I remember correctly American 2.o's use the tgv's, jDM don't. And these weren't a pain to remove, they just fell out.

Biodude, you have a schematic for the tgv's? lol
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:48 AM   #9
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I did some Google image searching


for TGV' look here.
there is a pic of a bushing in the first post that looks kinda like what you got.

but if your TGV are still intact (they look like they are) then these bushings didn't come from yours.
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claythrow- you should be fine, the bushings probably fell in from some other project. The bushings can't fall out on their own, they must be pried out after removing the TGV motor and metal rod. IN short, keep those bushings set aside as they will most likely not be used.

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they look big in your pics to be this, but what about your timing covers, they have a few different bushing pressed in them.
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Good thinking! But they aren't those, I already checked. It appeared that they fell out of the engine oil pan area when I flipped the engine back over after taking the stock 2.0 pan off. Like they were floating around IN the engine. I pray that is not the case (though I can't picture what they could be in there) and that they were just spare from something else and fell off the engine when I flipped it back over.

However, they fell right into the oil catch can I had under the newly oil pan free engine so that is weird

Unless, hypothetically, could they have come off the tgv rod and fallen into the engine compartment, or would they have fallen into some other area. Forgive my stupidity, these flat 4's are a new deal to me. I like em', just for changing the timing belt alone I like them. I think the engine design is smarter. But this may as well be a rotary engine to me as I've never worked on the internals of a flat 4, they are just not what I'm used to.
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:08 AM   #13
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Nor the aluminum, you have to pay very close attention to torque specs with this engine. Some steel threaded inserts in the important parts would probably not be cost effective for them but it would make my life easier as I've stripped a couple bolts that didn't even reach torque yet.
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Old 11-07-2012, 11:14 AM   #14
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That does look like them but mine are brass. The previous owner may have tried to do what you did and dropped them, but he wouldn't be doing that kind of work over the engine, so unless he had them in his hand and dropped them somehow, thats not them.


I'm not going to worry about it, not much I can do now anyway.


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I did some Google image searching


for TGV' look here.
there is a pic of a bushing in the first post that looks kinda like what you got.

but if your TGV are still intact (they look like they are) then these bushings didn't come from yours.
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Good thinking! But they aren't those, I already checked. It appeared that they fell out of the engine oil pan area when I flipped the engine back over after taking the stock 2.0 pan off. Like they were floating around IN the engine. I pray that is not the case (though I can't picture what they could be in there) and that they were just spare from something else and fell off the engine when I flipped it back over.

However, they fell right into the oil catch can I had under the newly oil pan free engine so that is weird

Unless, hypothetically, could they have come off the tgv rod and fallen into the engine compartment, or would they have fallen into some other area. Forgive my stupidity, these flat 4's are a new deal to me. I like em', just for changing the timing belt alone I like them. I think the engine design is smarter. But this may as well be a rotary engine to me as I've never worked on the internals of a flat 4, they are just not what I'm used to.
well, that potentially changes things, although I don't know what they could be still..
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Old 11-08-2012, 08:59 AM   #16
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Who knows. I'll hold on to em and update this thread if I ever figure it out.
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