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    Small clip on throttle cable came off - how to look up? Online parts illustrations?

    I was revving the engine by hand and some small metal clip type part came off the throttle cable "pulley" by the throttle body. How can I look this up to buy it?

    Which reminds me, why is it so hard to find an online parts illustration?

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    the parts illustrations are in the service manuals, which with a little google are easy to find.

    Otherwise, head into a subaru parts department, describe what fell off, and they are better than you at looking it up.
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    http://opposedforces.com

    Excellent website for that. Don't try putting a "www." before the domain name though, they don't have it properly configured yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poly_poly-man View Post
    the parts illustrations are in the service manuals, which with a little google are easy to find.
    Not with part numbers that I can see.

    Of course I know that I can run across town to deal with the parts dept. But I wanted to look it up and maybe order it :-/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anub1s View Post
    http://opposedforces.com

    Excellent website for that. Don't try putting a "www." before the domain name though, they don't have it properly configured yet.
    Thanks, that's a good site! That's what I was looking for! I see they don't have the WRX in the USA section, but it's in the Europe section :-)
    http://opposedforces.com/parts/impre...llustration_5/
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmiller2002 View Post
    Thanks, that's a good site! That's what I was looking for! I see they don't have the WRX in the USA section, but it's in the Europe section :-)
    http://opposedforces.com/parts/impre...llustration_5/
    It's in there somewhere. I think it's U11 or something. Id look it up but I'm posting from my phone.
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