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Old 10-12-2020, 09:01 AM   #1
craziekeiichi
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Hi everyone,

I have a wrecked 2009 impreza with a good motor and transmission. I'd like to know if I can just drop both into a 2010 Forester without issues?
I don't have the trans #'s off hand. I understand gearing might be slightly different.

Will the Forester ecu have any issues? I can swap whatever parts between both cars.

I did do a search on this. Most info I can find is for 99-04 Subarus.

Thanks in advance
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Old 10-16-2020, 10:12 PM   #2
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No the 2009 will not swap into the 2010 forester. The forester has 4.11 final drive and rear end while the impreza has 3.90

You would need the transmisson and rear end from the impreza, hopefully you have the car. If the plugs for the engine and transmission are the same I would say the ECU should be fine with the motor, its going to be the transmission that might give it issues as it may be looking for sensors from a forester and not an impreza
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Old 10-17-2020, 11:39 AM   #3
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Those years are compatible as far as the engine. Easiest and best way to do it is transfer intake, exhaust, wiring harness, alternator, A/C compressor from original engine to donor engine. That's done all the time. As mentioned transmission is a different story due to AWD and keeping matching gear ratios on final drives.
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