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  1. In lieu of a new Technical board structure being implemented soon, here are the workings for the new FAQ posts to replace all technical stickies, and hopefully most of your searches. This is a temporary post because it isn't helping anyone locked away while I'm too busy to finish it. Please post additional useful links as a new post for a Mod to add to the list. Mods, I've tried to categorise things logically and keep double-ups to a minimum. PM me any questions. Cheers, kamineko INFORMATIONAL Documents Every JDM brochure - chappell943 SUBARU PARTS CATALOGUE - B4 2000 Workshop Manuals Workshop Service Manuals - Stoffa Gen 1 Legacy workshop manual - slystiguy Gen 3 and 4 workshop manuals - paulngui Legacy 1998-2003 Service Manual (GEN III incl RSK/GT) - suubyduuby Workshop manual BE/BH 2003MY. Covers TT 4442 pages by Fuji Heavy Industries - Rosssub FORESTER 1999-2002 Workshop Manual - luvmaforzzy pdf Engine manual for a Ej20t Dohc - subaru-mania Vacuum Diagrams and Solenoid Placements for WRX - Swindog Gadget Manuals Programming Keyless Entry Info All Legacy GT/b's Installation manuals (Timers/Controllers etc) - Joker Zero Sports Sequential Controller DIY translation - nncoolg G4 pdf manual - evowrx GFB G-Force 2 Boost Controller Manual Gizzmo Ibc Manual Model Codes & Specifications Impreza WRX Classic Model Codes - kamineko JDM WRX ECUS - kamineko JDM WRX Brake setups - kamineko Factory Power/Torque/Kerb Weights for all GC/GF Models. - thorpy How to decipher model/chassis codes (JDM vehicles) - boostin Legacy JDM Legacy applied model codes - readosnr Legacy BL BP info - subieboy Forester JDM Forester applied model codes -readosnr Engine ECU basics from ScoobyMods including reset & CEL Reading procedures V3/4 Sti Shim under aftermarket valves Part Numbers - thorpy Intercooler and Other Related FAQ's - Swindog Turbo Subaru Turbo System explained - Stoffa Turbo FAQ's - Swindog More IHI Turbo specs - Shale Drivetrain Manual Transmission Ratios - By Johnnynz Subaru Gearbox Chart V2 - GC8E2DD Subaru Gearbox Code Chart Electrical Full list of fault codes - Boostin Check Engine Light CEL Codes - kamineko Subaru ABS Fault Codes Power Light Fault Codes (Automatic Transmission) - arsenal69 Wiring guides and pinouts - ReubenH ECU Pinouts BC5 BG5a WRX (4 plug) pinouts V7 STI ECU Diagram jollygreenmonster.com ECU pinouts
  2. Based on the APPLIED MODEL number on you VIN plate you should be able to find out, your exact model type. Sample (BG5C Legacy) And a GC8 The 7 digit "applied model" code found on the vehicle identification plate inside the engine bay is decoded in the following way. Series code G=Impreza S=Forester B=Legacy etc. Body type F=Wagon C=Sedan Engine type 8=2.0L Turbo Year code A=MY93 B=MY94 C=MY95&96 D=MY97 (facelift) E=MY98 F=MY99 G=MY00 Number of doors 2=2 door coupe 4=4 door saloon 5=5 door wagon/hatch Model type 8=WRX 7=RA type E=Sti D=Sti Type R & RA Transmission D=5 Speed Manual AWD P=4 Speed Automatic AWD Hit CTRL + F Buttons in your browser to open the search function, type your Applied Model Code into the search bar and find your vehicle type. All information comes from the Subaru Impreza WRX Sports Parts Catalogue Dates Model of Impreza Applied Model Option Codes Engine type Power (PS) Shift type Transmission Type Comment 11/92 - 09/93 WRX GC8A48D BX BJ EJ EF EJ20G DW1HD EJ20G DW1HE EJ20G DW1HE EJ20G DW1HE 240 Manual TY752VB3AA First Impreza Turbo WRX type RA GC8A47D EJ20G DW1HJ 240 Manual TY752VB3BA 10/92 - 08/93 WRX GC8B48D BX BJ EJ EF EJ20G DW1HD EJ20G DW1HE EJ20G DW1HE EJ20G DW1HE 240 Manual TY752VB3AA 10/93 - 08/94 WRX GC8B48P BJ EJ EG EF EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE 240 Auto TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA WRX type RA GC8B47D EJ20G DW1HJ 240 Manual TY752VB3DA WRX (STi Version) GC8B48D BX BJ EJ EF 61C EJ20G DW2HD EJ20G DW2HE EJ20G DW2HE EJ20G DW2HE EJ20G DW2PE 250 Manual TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA First appearance of STi, modified from production WRX WRX GF8B58D PJ MJ MF 62C EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX2RE 220 Manual TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA First appearance of 5 door WRX GF8B58P PJ MJ MF EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE 220 Auto TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA WRX - SA GF8B58P PJ MJ MF MC EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE EJ20G DX1NE 220 Auto TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA TZ102YB3AA Auto transmission fitted after production WRX - SA (STI) GF8B58D BX BJ MJ MF EJ20G DW1ND EJ20G DW1NE EJ20G DW1NE EJ20G DW1NE 250 Manual TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA TY752VB3CA As per WRX STi 4 door, modified from production 09/94 - 08/95 WRX GC8C48D BX BJ EJ EF BG EJ20G DW4HD EJ20G DW4HE EJ20G DW4HE EJ20G DW4HE EJ20G DW4HE 260 Manual TY752VB3FA TY752VB3FA TY752VB3FA TY752VB3FA TY752VB4AA WRX V-LIMITED GC8C48D 65 EJ20G DW5HE Manual TY752VB4AA WRX type RA GC8C47D EJ20G DW4HJ 260 Manual TY752VB3EA WRX type RA STi Version GC8C47D 61C EJ20G DW4PJ 275 Manual TY752VB3EA Modified from production WRX WRX GF8C58D PJ MJ MF PG EJ20G DW4NE EJ20G DW4NE EJ20G DW4NE EJ20G DW5NE Manual TY752VB3FA TY752VB3FA TY752VB3FA TY752VB4AA WRX GF8C58P PJ MJ MF MC PG EJ20G DX4NE EJ20G DX4NE EJ20G DX4NE EJ20G DX4NE EJ20G DX5NE 220 Auto TZ102YB3BA TZ102YB3BA TZ102YB3BA TZ102YB3BA TZ102YB3BA 09/95 - 08/96 WRX GC8C48D 260 Manual WRX type RA GC8C47D 260 Manual WRX STi Version 2 GC8C4ED BJC EJ20G DW5HE 275 Manual TY752VB4AA First full production STi WRX STi Version 2 555 GC8C4ED BKC EJ20G DW5PE 275 Manual TY752VB4AA Special edition Our Car WRX type RA STi Version 2 GC8C4DD C XNC EJ20G DW5HJ EJ20G DW5HJ 275 Manual TY752VB4CA TY752VB4CA First full production STi RA WRX type RA STi Version 2 V-Limited GC8C4DD 66C EJ20G DW5PR 275 Manual TY752VB4CA Special edition WRX STi Version 2 GF8C58D 61C EJ20G DW4NE 260 Manual TY752VB3FA WRX STi Version 2 555 GF8C58D 62C EJ20G DW4NE 260 Manual TY752VB3FA Special edition WRX EX GF8C5CD PJC MJC QJC LJC EJ20G DW5NE EJ20G DW5NE EJ20G DW5NE EJ20G DW5NE Manual TY752VB4AA TY752VB4AA TY752VB4AA TY752VB4AA WRX EX GF8C58P PJC MJC QJC LJC EJ20G DX5NE EJ20G DX5NE EJ20G DX5NE EJ20G DX5NE 220 Auto TZ102TB3BA TZ102TB3BA TZ102TB3BA TZ102TB3BA First production automatic transmission 09/96 - 08/97 WRX type R STi Version GC8D2DD 81 83 91 93 EJ20K DW6PR 280 Manual TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA First 2 door coupe WRX GC8D48D EJ EG EC EJ20K DW6HE EJ20K DW6HE EJ20K DW6HE 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA WRX type RA GC8D47D WX --- WE EJ20K DW6HD EJ20K DW6HD EJ20K DW6HD 280 Manual TY752VB5BA TY752VB5BA TY752VB5BA WRX STi Version 3 GC8D4ED EJ EG EJ20K DW6PR EJ20K DW6PR 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA WRX STi Version 3 V-Limited GC8D4ED 61 62 EJ20K DW6PR EJ20K DW6PR 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA Special edition WRX type RA STi Version 3 GC8D4DD --- XE WN XN EJ20K DW6PJ EJ20K DW6PJ EJ20K DW6PJ EJ20K DW6PJ 280 Manual TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA WRX GF8D58D MJ MF MG MC EJ20G DW6NE EJ20G DW6NE EJ20G DW6NE EJ20G DW6NE 240 Manual TY752VBCBA TY752VBCBA TY752VBCBA TY752VBCBA WRX GF8D58P MJ MF MG MC EJ20G DX6NE EJ20G DX6NE EJ20G DX6NE EJ20G DX6NE 240 Auto TZ102YB5BA TZ102YB5BA TZ102YB5BA TZ102YB5BA WRX STi Version 3 GF8D5ED MJ MG EJ20K DW6PR EJ20K DW6PR 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA WRX STi Version 3 V-Limited GF8D5ED 71 72 EJ20K DW6PR EJ20K DW6PR 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA Special edition 09/97 WRX type R V-Limited GC8E27D 280 Manual Special edition 2 door RA WRX type R STi Version 4 GC8E2DD BG BL EJ20K DW7PR EJ20K DW7PR 280 Manual TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA WRX type R STi Version 4 V-Limited GC8E2DD 280 Manual Special edition WRX GC8E48D EG EC EL ED EJ20K DW6HE EJ20K DW6HE EJ20K DW6HE EJ20K DW6HE 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA WRX type RA GC8E47D XE DL EJ20K DW6HD EJ20K DW6HD 280 Manual TY752VB5BA TY752VB5BA WRX STi Version 4 GC8E4ED EG EL EJ20K DW7PR EJ20K DW7PR 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA WRX type RA STi Version 4 GC8E4DD XE XM XN WN EJ20K DW7PJ EJ20K DW7PJ EJ20K DW7PJ EJ20K DW7PJ 280 Manual TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA TY752VB5CA WRX type RA STi Version 4 V-Limited GC8E4DD 280 Manual Special edition WRX GF8E58D MG MC ML MD EJ20G DW6NE EJ20G DW6NE EJ20G DW6NE EJ20G DW6NE 250 Manual TY752VBCBA TY752VBCBA TY752VBCBA TY752VBCBA WRX GF8E58P MG MC ML MD EJ20K DX6NE EJ20K DX6NE EJ20K DX6NE EJ20K DX6NE Auto TV1A2YB6AA TV1A2YB6AA TV1A2YB6AA TV1A2YB6AA WRX STi Version 4 GF8E5ED MG ML EJ20K DW7PR EJ20K DW7PR 280 Manual TY752VBCAA TY752VBCAA 03/98 - 08/98 22B STi Version GC8E2SD 280 Manual Wide bodied 2.2 litre special edition 09/98-08/99 WRX type R STi Version 5 GC8F2DD BG BL EJ207 DW1PR EJ207 DW1PR 280 Manual TY754VB1CA TY754VB1CA WRX type R STi Version 5 Limited GC8F2DD 280 Manual Special edition WRX type R Limited GC8F27D 280 Manual Special edition WRX GC8F48D EG EC EL ED EJ207 DW1KE EJ207 DW1KE EJ207 DW1KE EJ207 DW1KE 280 Manual TY754VBAA TY754VBAA TY754VBAA TY754VBAA WRX type RA GC8F47D XE DL EJ207 DW1KE EJ207 DW1KE 280 Manual TY754VB1BA TY754VB1BA WRX STi Version 5 GC8F4ED EG EL EJ207 DW1PR EJ207 DW1PR 280 Manual TY754VBAAA TY754VBAAA WRX type RA STi Version 5 GC8F4DD XN WN EJ207 DW1PJ EJ207 DW1PJ 280 Manual TY754VB1CA TY754VB1CA WRX type RA STi Version 5 Limited GC8F4DD 280 Manual Special edition WRX GC8F58D MG MC ML MD EJ205 DW1KE EJ205 DW1KE EJ205 DW1KE EJ205 DW1KE 250 Manual TY754VB1AA TY754VB1AA TY754VB1AA TY754VB1AA WRX GF8F58P MG MC ML MD EJ205 DX1KE EJ205 DX1KE EJ205 DX1KE EJ205 DX1KE Auto TV1A2YB7AA TV1A2YB7AA TV1A2YB7AA TV1A2YB7AA WRX STi Version 5 GC8F5ED MG ML EJ207 DW1PR EJ207 DW1PR 280 Manual TY754VBAAA TY754VBAAA 09/99-08/00 WRX R STi Version 6 GC8G2DD 300 Manual WRX R STi Version 6 Limited GC8G2DD 300 Manual Special edition WRX RA V-Limited GC8G27D 300 Manual Special edition WRX GC8G48D 280 Manual WRX RA GC8G47D 280 Manual WRX STi Version 6 GC8G4ED 300 Manual WRX RA STi Version 6 GC8G4DD 300 Manual WRX RA STi Version 6 Limited GC8G4DD 300 Manual Special edition WRX GF8G58D 240 Manual WRX STi Version 6 GF8G5ED 300 Manual WRX AT GF8G58P 240 Auto Source Credit - http://www.catherineandken.co.uk/sti/wrx.html
  3. Right.. the AFM fixup guide! This is probably most relevant to early-mid 90's AFM's that have no servicible parts in them. The basic idea is that over time the solder joints on the connectors become dry and crack, which makes for a bad electrical connection and sometimes an error code. Even if no code is given, you may experience random loss of power from time to time, which can also be caused by this. Sorry about the blurry photos, it was a crap camera! Anyway, moving on, you'll need: Solder Solder wick/sucker (optional) Soldering Iron (preferably a hot one) Knife Silicon or some other kind of sealant. 1. Locate your AFM on the drivers side of the engine bay. It's attached to the airbox by bolts, and to the flexi-joint pipe by hose clamps. It's probably wise to unbolt the AFM completely from everything, although not necessary. You'll need to unplug it too! 2. After getting the AFM off you'll need to cut through the black sealant that lines the outside of the circuitry housing. The lid is quite deep so be careful when prying it out, I managed to crack the outer casing from prying too hard. 3. After you get the lid off you'll see a copper EM sheilding plate that is soldered down by one side. If the plate is loose then awesome, take it out, otherwise you'll need to remove the solder to get the sheilding plate out. Solderwick is great for this kinda stuff, but i'm sure there's more than one way to skin a cat. 4. Once that's out of the way you can see some of the circuitry involved in the mysterious AFM. Down one side you will see 4-5 connector pins that go from the main plug on the outer casing through to the circuit board (see number 3 on this incredibly blurry excuse for a photo). Usually these are the culprits! It's always best to remove the old solder before re-soldering, but you can probably get away with not doing that. If you look down at the pins inside the casing you'll see that they are actually made up of 2 pins connected with a solder joint (one from the circuit board, the other from the plug). Heat the joint so the solder is liquid then remove the old solder, then add some more solder as necessary. If you don't have solder removing stuff then i'm sure that re-wetting the joint should be ok. Repeat for all of the pins. 5. You're done! Put the EM sheilding back on and re-solder it to the grounding connection. Then replace the plastic lid and seal it with sealant to keep moisture out. This should conclude your adventures in to the AFM, and should be enough to have repaired it. I've done several of these and never had any more problems with them afterwards. If you're problem persists then you may need to either buy a new AFM or find one on trademe. Best of luck!
  4. How to Read Trouble Codes From the ECU On the gauge cluster, to the top left there are a few idiot lights which are not on under normal driving conditions. One of these lights reads 'check engine.' This light comes on when the ECU detects a fault in one of the many electronic components from which it receives signals and to which it transmits signals. If the ECU recognizes a problem while the car is on, the 'check engine' light will be constantly illuminated. If it has detected a problem in the past, but the problem which it detected no longer exists, the light will be out. However, the ECU will store a record of the faults it has detected in the past until they are cleared deliberately or unintentionally. To read any current or past faults, the 'check engine' light will flash in a sort of Morse code, which we can decipher. Underneath the steering column is a wide rectangular piece of plastic, the same color as the dash, which has a tray marked 'TRAY.' This large piece is held to the underside of the dash with a bunch of screws. Remove these screws and remove the plastic piece. Now there will be a bunch of wires for you to see. To the left of the steering column (at least in left hand drive cars) somewhere probably tucked away will be a bundle of wires with two pairs of electrical connectors which are disconnected. One is black and connects one wire to one wire, the other is green and roughly 'T' shaped, this one also connects one wire to one wire. With the car turned completely off, connect the black connector. Next, turn the ignition to 'ON' but do not start the car. The idiot lights in the dash will come on, and some may go out after a few moments. Watch the 'check engine' light and maybe have something you can write on to remember the codes. If there is a fault code in the ECU, the 'check engine' light will begin to flash in a particular manner. The codes range in number from 11 to 52, so we know that they all will be two digits. To signify the tens place of the number, the 'check engine' light will flash a long (1.2 seconds) flash. The single digit will be a short (.2 seconds) flash. Each flash within the same code will be separated by .3 seconds. Each error code will be separated by 1.8 seconds. Don't bother trying to time all these, just watch the light and you will begin to understand. Once the ECU has flashed all stored codes, it will loop through and repeat them. Now, for example, you see two long flashes followed by two short flashes. This means you have a code number 22. By looking at the following chart, we see that 22 is the code for the knock sensor. Once you have read and recorded all faults, turn the ignition off and disconnect the black connector. If you have done the above procedure, you will likely wonder what the green T-shaped connectors are for. These are for a more active code reading procedure called D-check mode in the Subaru manuals. Start with both connectors disconnected, start the engine, allow it to warm up, then turn it off. Next, connect the test mode connectors (green T-shape). Turn ignition to ON position without turning on engine. At this point if the check engine light does not come on, it is faulty and must be fixed before continuing. Depress accelerator pedal to floor, return to half throttle and hold for two seconds, then release. Start the engine. Now the light can blink in two different ways. If everything checks out so far, it will blink to indicate a number 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, or 08. If a problem is already detected, it will blink according to the chart below. Either way, your next step will be to drive the car with the test mode connectors connected. You must drive over 7 mph for at least one minute, and shift up to 4th gear if you have a manual tranny. Now, either you will discover your trouble codes, or you will have none. To erase trouble codes from the computer (without resorting to the infamous battery disconnect dance), repeat the above procedure exactly, but connect both the green and black connectors at the appropriate time. Trouble Code Table Trouble Code Item Contents of Diagnosis Fail-Safe Operation Non- Turbo Turbo 11 crank angle sensor No signal entered from crank angle sensor, but signal (corresponding to at least one rotation of the crank) entered from cam angle sensor none X X 12 starter switch Abnormal signal emitted from starter switch Turns starter signal switch OFF X X 13 cam angle sensor No signal entered from cam angle sensor, but signal (corresponding to at least two rotations of cam) entered from crank angle sensor none X X 14 Injector #1 Fuel injector inoperative (Abnormal signal emitted from monitor circuit) none X X 15 Injector #2 Fuel injector inoperative (Abnormal signal emitted from monitor circuit) none X X 16 Injector #3 Fuel injector inoperative (Abnormal signal emitted from monitor circuit) none X X 17 Injector #4 Fuel injector inoperative (Abnormal signal emitted from monitor circuit) none X X 21 Water temperature sensor Abnormal signal emitted from water temperature sensor Adjusts water to a specific temperature, maintains radiator fan "ON" to prevent overheating X X 22 Knock sensor Abnormal voltage produced in knock sensor monitor circuit Sets in regular fuel map and retards ignition timing X X 23 Air flow sensor Abnormal voltage input entered from air flow sensor Controls the amount of fuel (injected) in relation to engine speed and throttle sensor position X X 24 Air control valve Air control valve inoperative (Abnormal signal produced in monitor circuit) Prevents abnormal engine speed using "fuel cut" in relation to engine speed, vehicle speed, and throttle sensor position X X 31 Throttle sensor Abnormal voltage input entered from throttle sensor Sets throttle sensor's voltage output to a fixed value X X 32 Oxygen sensor Oxygen sensor inoperative none X X 33 Vehicle speed sensor Abnormal voltage input entered from vehicle speed sensor Sets vehicle speed signal to a fixed value X X 35 Canister purge solenoid valve Solenoid valve inoperative none X X 41 A/F learning control Faulty learning control function none X X 42 Idle switch Abnormal voltage input entered from idle switch Judges OFF operation X X 44 Duty solenoid valve (Wastegate control) Duty solenoid valve inoperative none X 45 Atmospheric pressure sensor Faulty sensor Sets sensor to 760 mmHg X 45 Pressure sensor and pressure exchange solenoid valve Faulty sensor or pressure exchange solenoid valve inoperative Prevents abnormal supercharging pressure using "fuel cut" in relation to engine load X 49 Air flow sensor Use of improper air flow sensor none X X 51 Neutral switch Abnormal signal entered from neutral switch none X X 51 Inhibitor switch Abnormal signal entered from inhibitor switch none X X 52 Parking switch Abnormal signal entered from parking switch none X X
  5. Manual Transmission Ratio Code 5 Speed Transmissions Transmission code 1st Gear 2nd Gear 3rd Gear 4th Gear 5th Gear FINAL Diff Code TY752VB1AA 3.545 2.111 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 ? TY752VB1BA 3.545 2.111 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 F,G (RA) TY752VB1CA 3.454 2.333 1.750 1.354 0.871 4.111 F,G (RA) TY752VB2AA 3.545 2.111 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 TY752VB2CA 3.454 2.333 1.750 1.354 0.871 4.111 TY752VB2DA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 TY752VB3AA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.008 0.825 4.111 A TY752VB3BA 3.454 2.333 1.750 1.354 0.972 4.111 A (RA) TY752VB3CA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.008 0.825 4.111 B TY752VB3DA 3.454 2.333 1.750 1.354 0.972 4.111 B (RA) TY752VB3EA 3.454 2.333 1.750 1.354 0.972 3.900 C (RA) TY752VB3FA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 C TY752VB4AA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 TY752VB4BA 3.454 2.333 1.750 1.354 0.972 3.900 TY752VB4CA 3.454 2.333 1.750 1.354 0.972 3.900 TY752VB5BA 3.083 2.062 1.545 1.151 0.825 4.444 D,E (RA) TY752VB5CA 3.083 2.062 1.545 1.151 0.825 4.444 D,E (RA) TY752VB6EA - - - - - - TY752VBAAA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 F,G TY752VBBAA - - - - - - TY752VBCAA 3.166 1.882 1.296 0.972 0.738 4.444 D,E TY752VBCBA 3.454 2.062 1.448 1.088 0.825 4.111 TY754VB1BA 3.083 2.062 1.545 1.151 0.825 4.444 F,G (RA) TY754VB1CA 3.083 2.062 1.545 1.151 0.825 4.444 F,G (RA) TY754VB1EA 3.083 2.062 1.545 1.151 0.825 4.444 TY754VBAAA 3.166 1.882 1.296 0.972 0.738 4.444 F,G TY754VBACA 3.166 1.882 1.296 0.972 0.738 4.444 Diff Code Diff Front Diff Rear Center Diff Wheel Size A Open Screw refuse type LSD - 27011AA280 Screw refuse type LSD 205/55/15 6J B Open Screw refuse type LSD - 27011AA280 Screw refuse type LSD 205/55/15 6J C Open Screw refuse type LSD - 27011AA280 Screw refuse type LSD 205/50/16 6.5J D Open Screw refuse type LSD - 27011AA280 Screw refuse type LSD 205/50/16 7J E Open Sure truck mounted LSD Screw refuse type LSD 205/50/16 7J F,G Open Sure truck mounted LSD Screw refuse type LSD 205/50/16 7J A (RA) B (RA) C (RA) Open Mechanical cable type 2way LSD DCCD 205/50/16 6.5J D (RA) Open Mechanical cable type 2way LSD (R180) DCCD 205/50/16 7J E (RA) front helical LSD (R160) Mechanical cable type 2way LSD (R180) DCCD 205/50/16 7J F,G (RA) front helical LSD (R160) Mechanical cable type 2way LSD (R180) DCCD 205/50/16 7J 6 Gear Transmissions Trans. Code 1st Gear 2nd Gear 3rd Gear 4th Gear 5th Gear 6th Gear Final Center Diff. Type Front Diff. Type Notes TY856WB1AA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 Viscous Open TY856WB1CA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 Viscous A.P. Suretrac TY856WB1BA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (45:55) A.P. Suretrac TY856WB2GA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 Viscous A.P. Suretrac w/ external transmission cooler TY856WB2DA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (45:55) A.P. Suretrac w/ external transmission cooler TY856WB3AA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 Viscous Open TY856WB3KA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (35:65) A.P. Suretrac automatic DCCD system TY856WB3JA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (35:65) A.P. Suretrac automatic DCCD on 17 in. wheel only TY856WB4AA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 Viscous Open TY856WB4KA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (35:65) A.P. Suretrac automatic DCCD system TY856WB4JA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (35:65) A.P. Suretrac automatic DCCD on 17 in. wheel only TY856WB6CA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 Viscous Open TY856WB6KA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (35:65) A.P. Suretrac automatic DCCD system TY856WB6JA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 1.062 0.842 3.900 DCCD (35:65) Helical LSD automatic DCCD on 17 in. wheel only TY856WH3MA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 0.971 0.756 3.900 DCCD (35:65) A.P. Suretrac automatic DCCD system TY856WH4MA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 0.971 0.756 3.900 DCCD (35:65) A.P. Suretrac automatic DCCD system TY856WW6MA 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 0.971 0.756 3.900 DCCD (35:65) Helical LSD automatic DCCD system / front axle design change TY856WN*** 3.636 2.375 1.761 1.346 0.971 0.756 3.900 Viscous A.P. Suretrac Source Credit - http://www.catherineandken.co.uk/sti/trans.html
  6. Colour/Paint Codes UK Turbo / WRX Imports / STi Imports from 1993-2000 COLOUR CODE 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Feather White 230 YES YES YES YES YES YES Pure White 51E YES YES Blade Silver 262 YES Light Silver 406 YES YES YES YES YES YES Royal Silver 792 YES YES Deep Green 307 YES YES YES YES Light Green 56B YES YES Green Mica 64C YES YES YES YES Yellow Green 88F YES YES Black Mica 952 YES Black Mica 47A YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES Steel Grey 86F YES YES Flamy Red 936 YES YES Bright Red 559 YES YES YES YES YES YES Canyon Red 82F YES YES Red Mica 94H YES Bright Yellow 518 YES YES Deep Blue 331 YES Reddish Blue 65C YES YES 555 Blue 53C YES YES YES YES Dark Blue 416 YES YES YES Sonic Blue 74F YES YES YES YES Dark Blue Mica 52D YES YES YES YES Deep Blue Mica 95H YES UK and Import WRX and STi from 2001 on COLOUR CODE 2001 2002 2003 2004 Pure White 1E YES YES YES YES Premium Silver 1G YES YES YES YES Dark Green 9W YES YES YES YES Blue / Black 8V YES YES YES YES Graphite Black 18L YES YES Bright Red 22G YES YES YES YES WR Blue 2C YES YES YES YES Deep Blue 95H YES YES Ice Blue (WR 1) 23G YES Source Credit - http://www.catherineandken.co.uk/sti/paint.html