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PostPosted: Tue Nov 11, 2003 12:32 am 
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n/a does not have a MAP.

It has a MAF and a barametric pressure sensor in the ECU.

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How the blazes do you recall that from memory vrg3???? :)

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I spent a long time playing with the sensors on my desk. I can also recall ECU and MAF part numbers from memory.

In looking over this thread I notice that I never posted a link to my part number list on the web:

http://www.graphics.cornell.edu/~v/partnumbers.html

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Nice!

On question. You only have a listing for one turbo legacy headgasket. I thought the gaskets were side-dependent? Meaning that there's a different gasket for the right and left heads because of some extra oil and water lines running through the passenger side head for the turbo.

I could be wrong, tho.

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I don't think the actual mating surfaces are different; it's just that the coolant and oil take a different path through the head. I'm not positive, and I don't recall the source of that part number, so you may be right... maybe someone who's actually removed the heads can chime in.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 24, 2003 9:33 am 
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anyone know the partnumber for headlamp washers/switch?

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Didn't see these listed, and since I've got the bags in front of me....

Valve cover gaskets - 13294AA012
Valve cover bolt washers - 13271AA051 (3 per side)
Oil filler tube o-ring - 806923060 (its a 23.7x3.5 o-ring if you're looking for an even cheaper replacement)

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You can look up all the parts at
www.1stsubaruparts.com/
They've got decent prices...but don't give you the part numbers...

hope you guys find it helpful

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Someone should search through the entire thread and consoldiate the part numbers to the top.


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like this: http://www.graphics.cornell.edu/~v/partnumbers.html

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looked in this thread again just for clutch fork number, :D anyway about the headgasket thing, I dunno about the turbo version but na use the same exact gaskets on both sides. Then again the na also uses the same exact heads on both sides. But yes allow me to be useful:
USDM BOV/BPV: 14471aa001
JDM Turbo inlet rubber boot: 46023fa000

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Clutch pedal spring kit: x3601aa000
it includes a spring: 3603711032
Two bushings: 36013ga050
Two washers and two pins, which aren't labeled.

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vrg3,

Just curious where you got your info regarding the select monitor cartridges?

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It was in a TSB, I think. I don't recall now. The cartridges that I have do pretty much match up with those part numbers.

[edit] Here you go: http://www.graphics.cornell.edu/~v/pics ... 195-01.png

It's got part numbers for some earlier and later Subarus, too.[/edit]

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If you look at that chart.....look where the X is. It's on the EPS or air suspension. That cartridge will diagnose air suspensions for all the 90-94 legacies. Not ecu or tcu information.

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can you email the file.....I can't save the png.....only can save it as a bmp

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Huh! You are absolutely right. I don't know how I missed that fact...

Sure, I'll email you the PNG.

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so there doesn't appear to be a "one" cartridge that will do it all apparently....that sort of sucks.

thanks for the png :)

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No problem.

Yeah, it would seem that there is no ubercartridge.

For what it's worth, I believe the 1991 cartridge works on all 1990 models, so that narrows it down to three cartridges for ECU/TCU stuff, plus one for air suspension and one for the rare 90-91 climate control.

And there's also my scantool...

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I didn't even seen one on that sheet that was listed for the climate control....did I miss it?

nevermind......I just looked on the sheet.....I've actually got that one too ;)

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PostPosted: Sat May 22, 2004 8:07 pm 
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Does anyone know the number for the cam seal on the back of the cams (non-turbo).

Been on hold forever at subaruparts.com :(. Otherwise I will buy it from the local dealer and post up the part number!

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PostPosted: Sat May 22, 2004 9:48 pm 
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Do you mean the o-ring between the camshaft and the little cover at the back of the head?

That's 806946030, a 46.5mm o-ring with a 2mm cross section.

This thread has a link to the engine parts catalog: viewtopic.php?t=14485

You can easily find online dealers who have much better customer support than subaruparts.com.

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PostPosted: Sat May 22, 2004 10:21 pm 
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vrg3

Thats exactly the one - thanks so much!

I've downloaded the PDFs now - I only had the non-engine ones before.

Thanks again!
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Can anyone tell me the part number or name for that little toothed ring on the hub, that the ABS sensor pick up on, I broke a piece of mine off today when I was replacing pulling my axle out.

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It's called the abs ring. I could look it up when I get home. What year, model, etc car do you have?

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