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  1. Camshaft Phasers (2015 WRX)

    Member Show-Off & Photography
    Car went in the shop a while back for P0001 code, they replaced an oil control valve that was faulty, leading to a lack of oil reaching the cam and cleard the code. All seemed well until about a month later, car backfired after shifting from 5th to 6th (barely on it) and threw a CEL. New code...
  2. Subaru sti camshaft sensors wires

    Tuning: Electronic Engine Management
    Hello Im doing an engine swap on a subaru sti 2005 2.0 spec c. The new engine is EJ25 sti..i would like to know if the 2.5L engine will work without changing the throttle by cable already have it on my car and how can i solve the issue of the camshaft sensors on the 2.5L(3 pin). If possibe to...
  3. Replacing camshaft seals on an '04 WRX Impreza and I need some help!!!

    Maintenance, service, and repair
    Good morning folks, I have a 2004 Subaru WRX 4 cylinder which I need to replace my cam seals. I have scoured the internet looking for a tutorial or a step by step how to without any luck. My main issue is that I know screwing up your timing can be a HUGE problem, it can cause you to need to...
  4. 01 wrx swapped forester died while going over speed bump ...

    General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents.
    I was downshifting going over a speed bump and my car stalled and died. Couldn’t get her started again and had her towed home. Checked gas, oil, fluids and everything appeared to be in order. Before she died and wouldn’t start again, she had been running routinely and we had just finished our...
  5. STi build

    Builds
    I bought an 04 STI and it blew up shortly after getting. I was mad at first but then realized that It needed a good rebuild. I bought wiesco pistons and manley rods, a new turbo and a few other things. The car already had some good mods done to it. I plan on alteast getting 450whp. I was...
  6. Timing Belt with camshaft 180 degrees off...help!

    General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents.
    When swapping out my timing belt, I aligned the intake cam of the #2 & #4 cylinders 180 degrees off. I only realized this when the car wouldn't start or even stumble after reassembling everything (the timing marks are remarkably similar!:rolleyes:). I don't think I bent a valve because nothing...
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