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This is a discussion on Front Diff oil pan within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I need help finding a part number to the crush washer that goes the front diff oil pan. Subaru replaced ...

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    Front Diff oil pan

    I need help finding a part number to the crush washer that goes the front diff oil pan. Subaru replaced the the hex head drain bolt with an allen key drain bolt. They told me it was part number 803916080 but it looks copper and also is smaller then the one that came with assembly 31225AA010. ill show some pics thanks.








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    anyone?

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    What year is this for and is it a manual or automatic transmission?

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    its for a 2007 sti, I rounded the drain bolt when trying to drain it the first time. So I am going to drop and replace the whole pan since the magnet needs to be cleaned and install the new pan. Subaru no longer carries the oil pan with hex bolt. but now i cant find the part number for the gasket

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    Quote Originally Posted by zax View Post
    Do STis have a separate oil bath for the front diff? I was under the impression that all Subarus used the transmission oil bath for front and center diffs.
    The front differential is lubricated by the transmission gear oil

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    Still need help with this peeps, some one has to have the same pan assembly.

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    Heres a suggestion. Its just a crush washer. Go to your local parts store with the old one and ask for one of the same size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UEDan View Post
    Heres a suggestion. Its just a crush washer. Go to your local parts store with the old one and ask for one of the same size.
    ok will try this out thanks

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