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Hi guys,


Can anyone confirm if the gen 1 wrx brake booster is the same as the one found in the impreza of the same gen? currently having brake booster issues and figured it would be easiest to replace with a wrecked one

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I would give that a 99.999% probability... probably every car Subaru made for the whole decade had the same booster.

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I asked around on trade me for a wrecked one and got the response "Turbo or non turbo?" Which is what threw me off, I would have thought they would be the same for all models

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If you use partsouq to plug part numbers into, it will generally tell you what the superceded part number is as well... so if the part specified for your car doesn't match exactly the part listed for the wrx... it still might be an equivalent part... and the superceded part number will be the same.

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NA might use a different method to hold vacuum? (ie turbo has positive Manifold pressure at times etc)

 

BUT let us know if they are the same at the end of the day please

 

I'd doubt it

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4 hours ago, Joker said:

NA might use a different method to hold vacuum? (ie turbo has positive Manifold pressure at times etc)

 

BUT let us know if they are the same at the end of the day please

 

I'd doubt it

 

Turbo has a one way valve on the manifold so boost can't get to the booster... booster will be the same.

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