If you ordered a "COOLANT FILLER TANK" for your specific model you should be OK.Ya the tank is on order.
It's fun. The shopping is a pain, so just give cash. Great time otherwise.Damn Christmas!!!
If you did not overheat the car, yes. If you did overheat the car, no. Search on how to burp the system. Make no conclusions until you burp the system thoroughly.So does this eliminate the possiblity of it being the head gasket because im worried sick about it being that...
No. My tank has three bolts; the torque for the upper two is 19 Nm, and for the lower bolt 21 Nm (I leave any conversions to ft*lbs or other such units to you; I've resolved to move entirely to metric and/or SI units at this point). Undo the hoses, undo the bolts, replace the tank, torque the mounting bolts, re-connect the hoses. Then burp the system again and again and again and also burp the system.Do you know where i can find a write on this replacement.
See above.Also is it called the water tank assembly or the expansion tank
What I call it is irrelevant. The service manual calls it the coolant filler tank for the US model 2002 Impreza turbo motor. There are only two coolant reservoirs on the motor, so your chances are 50:50 without considering your description while ordering, and increase dramatically because only one reservoir has a rad cap on it. I'd not worry.But yiu call it the coolant tank assembly? Hope i didnt order the wrong part! !