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Old 02-24-2011, 02:41 AM   #451
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Man, what a noob. 11044AA355 (that's for 1)
I saw that one too but wasn't sure if it would work on the EJ20G since it said it was for EJ20K.
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Old 02-24-2011, 04:19 AM   #452
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I saw that one too but wasn't sure if it would work on the EJ20G since it said it was for EJ20K.
I used the EJ20k STI headgaskets (one of the part#s that doesn't come up in the US part system) on my closed deck EJ20G block - all the passages, bore, etc line up perfectly. So they are interchangeable in that they can be fitted to either block.
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Old 02-24-2011, 04:39 AM   #453
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Oh I was talking about this one 10105AA120.
That is not a head gasket.

11044AA355 fits both EJ20G and EJ20K but is composite gasket and weaker than the 11044AA463 EJ20K MLS part.
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Old 02-24-2011, 05:51 AM   #454
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11044AA463 this is not in the system so how do I get them?
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Old 02-24-2011, 08:37 AM   #455
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Japanparts.com is a good source.
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Old 02-24-2011, 09:43 PM   #456
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Thanks I will contact them and see if they can get them because it's not in their system either.
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Old 02-25-2011, 07:10 AM   #457
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They are but they use their own part numbering system, but just write them an email.
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Old 03-14-2011, 08:03 PM   #458
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Hey Marnix, do you have the part number for the cam retainer bolts? One of mine had to be drilled out after the bolt head stripped. I checked the junkyard but all they have is SOHC and those don't have cam retainers.

Thanks!
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Old 03-14-2011, 10:23 PM   #459
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/\ get some for the 96-98 ej25 dohc n/a, same bolts
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Old 03-15-2011, 01:03 AM   #460
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Do you have the part number for that engine? I guess I could call up the dealer and see if they can look it up and order it. I'm sure they won't have it in stock.
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Old 03-15-2011, 05:25 AM   #461
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Front cam cap bolt 808106180
Rear and center cam cap bolt 10993AA000
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Old 03-15-2011, 08:19 AM   #462
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Sweet, thanks!
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Old 03-15-2011, 08:20 PM   #463
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They're in stock! Incredible! And my head gaskets are in along with all my other seals and new oil pump, woot woot! Marnix you rock.
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Old 03-18-2011, 12:17 AM   #464
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96 wrx, oil pressure sending unit, and is it the same as usdm of same years?
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Old 03-18-2011, 01:24 AM   #465
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If you mean oil pressure switch, yes. You can use it from any USDM EJ-series engine.
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Old 03-18-2011, 09:26 PM   #466
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If you mean oil pressure switch, yes. You can use it from any USDM EJ-series engine.
Yes, and thank you. Also does anyone know if is it a normally open switch? I pulled the wire off and no check engine light came on, looks like I'll be doing an oil pressure gauge while I'm at it to be safe.
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Old 03-19-2011, 01:53 AM   #467
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It's only for the warning light on the dash, there is no signal to the ECU.
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Old 03-26-2011, 02:56 PM   #468
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Default 1989 Differentail axle shaft seals

I need a part number(s) for the axle shaft seals at the rear differential of an '89 model, R160. Sorry, I don't know which model; Legacy?. It was a junk yard find, and I didn't notice a front differentail; Probably had the small 4 cylinder in it. 4 door sadan, I think.

The seals' dimentions are 52 X 32 X 9 (plus an extension lip) . These seals are pressed into the differential. There may be a drivers side / passenger side. They will be used on a manual trans with a limited slip 4.11 setup. The orginal was a 4.11 open, and a auto trans.

Thanks for the help.
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Old 03-27-2011, 03:29 AM   #469
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Same as any contemporary USDM R160 diff (Loyale 4WD or Legacy AWD).

And WOW this thread finally got stickied after four years
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Old 03-29-2011, 08:35 PM   #470
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NGK PFR6G

If you cant find those you can use BKR6E's aswell.
Are quite a few people running the BKR6E's? I only ask because my cost on the PFR6G's is somewhere around $7 per plug, whereas the BKR6E's are under $2 a plug.

In my past experiences, platinum plugs haven't dealt with higher octane fuel to well.
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Old 05-02-2011, 05:04 PM   #471
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Looking for the part number for coolant hose that runs from the top coolant tank (mounted to the intake manifold) to the coolant cross pipe on the short block. Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-06-2011, 08:01 AM   #472
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I posted the other day about 20K shims. I ran across them in "My Documents" of all places

For anyone interested...

Buckets 13228AA020

Shims:

13218AD000 1.76
13218AD010 1.78
13218AD020 1.80
13218AD030 1.82
13218AD040 1.84
13218AD050 1.86
13218AD060 1.88
13218AD070 1.90
13218AD080 1.92
13218AD090 1.94
13218AD100 1.96
13218AD110 1.98
13218AD120 2.00
13218AD130 2.02
13218AD140 2.04
13218AD150 2.06
13218AD160 2.08
13218AD170 2.10
13218AD180 2.12
13218AD190 2.14
13218AD200 2.16
13218AD210 2.18
13218AD220 2.20
13218AD230 2.22
13218AD240 2.24
13218AD250 2.26
13218AD260 2.28
13218AD270 2.30
13218AD280 2.32
13218AD290 2.33
13218AD300 2.34
13218AD310 2.35
13218AD320 2.36
13218AD330 2.37
13218AD340 2.38
13218AD350 2.39
13218AD360 2.40
13218AD370 2.41
13218AD380 2.42
13218AD390 2.43
13218AD400 2.44
13218AD410 2.45
13218AD420 2.46
13218AD430 2.47
13218AD440 2.48
13218AD450 2.49
13218AD460 2.50
13218AD470 2.51
13218AD480 2.52
13218AD490 2.53
13218AD500 2.54
13218AD510 2.55
13218AD520 2.56
13218AD530 2.57
13218AD540 2.58
13218AD550 2.59
13218AD560 2.60
13218AD570 2.61
13218AD580 2.62
13218AD590 2.63
13218AD600 2.64
13218AD610 2.65
13218AD620 2.66
13218AD630 2.67
13218AD640 2.68
13218AD650 2.69
13218AD660 2.70
13218AD670 2.72
13218AD680 2.74
13218AD690 2.76
13218AD700 2.78
13218AD710 2.80
13218AD720 2.82
13218AD730 2.84
13218AD740 2.86
13218AD750 2.88
13218AD760 2.90
13218AD770 2.92
13218AD780 2.94
13218AD790 2.96
13218AD800 2.98
13218AD810 3.00
13218AD820 3.02
13218AD830 3.04
13218AD840 3.06
13218AD850 3.08
13218AD860 3.10
13218AD870 3.12
13218AD880 3.14
13218AD890 3.16
13218AD900 3.18
13218AD910 3.20
13218AD920 3.22
13218AD930 3.24

These are for the 20K STi with shim under bucket. Thanks again to Marnix for the part numbers
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Old 05-11-2011, 02:45 PM   #473
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I'm looking for the part for the back of the head where the valve cover sits. It looks like a half moon shaped rubber piece. There are a total of 4. Two on the rear of each head where the valve cover meets the top of the head.
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I'm looking for the part for the back of the head where the valve cover sits. It looks like a half moon shaped rubber piece. There are a total of 4. Two on the rear of each head where the valve cover meets the top of the head.
11051AA070
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Old 05-11-2011, 08:23 PM   #475
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Thanks for the speedy reply but i have another question then

what is the difference between the following

"gskt rocker cover no. 2"
13293AA030

"Gasket rocker cover #20"
13293AA051

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Just need this cleared out
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