new TMIC & TB bypass loss of power& oil in TM
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This is a discussion on new TMIC & TB bypass loss of power& oil in TM within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Just like it says. I just put on an sti tm & perrin y pipe on my 03 wrx. I ...

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    Registered User wrx rookie's Avatar
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    new TMIC & TB bypass loss of power& oil in TM

    Just like it says. I just put on an sti tm & perrin y pipe on my 03 wrx. I pulled it back off to do the bypass & found oil in it. i didn't have any oil in the wrx tm. & now it feels like it has a loss of power. Just looking for a check list of stuff to look for. Any help is much appreciated

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    You most likely have a leak in one of the connections you removed. A small amount of oil is normal so don't stress too much if it was just a little bit.
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