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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 - chappell9
  2. 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
  3. 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. Howeve
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
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