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EJ22 coil cover grommet source

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#1 Hawk63


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Posted 11 September 2003 - 12:02 PM

I went to a Seattle area Subaru dealer (Carter Subaru) to buy replacement coil cover grommets, as they had all split with age. Carter wanted $5 each for these simple rubber grommets. After some searching, Home Depot has 3/8 inch rubber grommets that fit for $0.68 each that are in the specialty fastener secton of hardware.

#2 ScoobySchmitty


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Posted 14 September 2003 - 01:36 PM

Assuming that they are the same basic dimensions and shape, and seem to be a similar type of rubber, then go for it. Though, I don't know if they use a compound that can stand up to heat better than your average $.68 rubber grommets, but give it a shot nonetheless.


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