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Old 12-06-2019, 03:26 AM   #1
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Default Engine Swap: 04 Outback into 02 Forester (pics)

Found a fine running 04 Outback EJ251AWFWL full car, with a toasted standard tranny. She runs like a sewing machine but a bit more oily/dirty but has some maintenance history inc recent work. It's pictured with blue plug wires.
My rust free Green Forester EJ251AXVAB automatic needs a better engine. My journeyman mechanic bud wants me check that this is kosher with sensors etc. Any tips are appreciated! I hope to buy it Friday/today.

They look a bit different under the hood. e.g. the power steering reservoir. I have hi-rez pics too but not sure how to att. these here.
Thanks.

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Old 12-06-2019, 10:59 PM   #2
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Via a couple phone calls, some advise/considerations:

keep own intake (all accessories, sensors), exhaust*manifold
crossover tube on Forester
bottom is*long block
EGR
check crank sensor on pulley

Should work ok...
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