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This is a discussion on DIY: Transmission Fluid Change within the Powertrain forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; Originally Posted by nofear6235 Does any one have part # for 2006 WRX transmission oil plug gasket? You guys get ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nofear6235 View Post
    Does any one have part # for 2006 WRX transmission oil plug gasket? You guys get this one from dealer, or other places carry as well?

    EDIT:
    Today went to the local dealer and got needed part.
    So here FYI people.
    2006 WRX tranny oil plug gasket part # 803926070.
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    does the 2013s need a oil plug gasket? anyone ever done it yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsantos1082 View Post
    does the 2013s need a oil plug gasket? anyone ever done it yet?
    I changed my 12 and will be doing the 2nd change soon. I believe its a crush washer
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    I just did mine this weekend. Yeah it's a crush washer. I didn't replace it because it looks alright.

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    Ok completely drained the at trans in my 02 WRX pan and cleaned the filter on the bottom. Started filling it an and it over flowed at about 3.5 quarts. Help
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    Im not too sure about the AT trans but how can you get an estimate of how much drained out?
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    I ordered my T-70 online after reading in the OP. That IT CANNOT BE FOUND IN STORES.
    Went to Autozone to get a monster 3/8" Driver ratchet only to find a T-70 bit staring me in the face

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    I ordered my T-70 online after reading in the OP. That IT CANNOT BE FOUND IN STORES.
    Went to Autozone to get a monster 3/8" Driver ratchet only to find a T-70 bit staring me in the face

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverstallion View Post
    I ordered my T-70 online after reading in the OP. That IT CANNOT BE FOUND IN STORES.
    Went to Autozone to get a monster 3/8" Driver ratchet only to find a T-70 bit staring me in the face
    How much was it at autoZone
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    I believe it was $4.99

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    Just changed transmission fluid on my 2005 WRX wagon... This was really easy thanks to great DIY... The drain-plug required a 12mm socket, not Torx T-70. I believe Torx T-70 is only needed for 2006 models and later.

    Also, take care when removing/inserting the dip-stick. Mine snapped off after attempting to re-insert. Luckliy, the broken piece did not fall into the fill-hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by felixthecatnine View Post
    Just changed transmission fluid on my 2005 WRX wagon... This was really easy thanks to great DIY... The drain-plug required a 12mm socket, not Torx T-70. I believe Torx T-70 is only needed for 2006 models and later.

    Also, take care when removing/inserting the dip-stick. Mine snapped off after attempting to re-insert. Luckliy, the broken piece did not fall into the fill-hole.
    Prior to the T-70 the works drain plugs were 21mm. If yours is 12mm you have a different plug -- not that it matters.

    BTW this brings up a point that'd been made previously: if newer model owners don't like T-70 they could look into switching the drain plug to the older style 21mm after they check that the threads are the same.
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    FWIW, my 2003 WRX had the T70 style drain plug. I was able to remove it with a T60, but only because it wasnt super tight.

    Thanks for the write-up, would have taken me a while to figure all this out without it.

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