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#1 dodge_rider

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Posted 01 July 2005 - 08:11 PM

like I said Im a newbie to the subaru comunity and I dont even know what year my engine is but I want to find out a few things bout it pretty much anything everyone knows. Its carburated i was told its a 2.0 but not sure. If anyone can help please do. Thanks

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Posted 01 July 2005 - 08:16 PM

Carbed 2.0? Dont think they even make one. Its real hard for us to give you any info if we dont know the year of the engine or what car it came out of. You need to look at the engine in the area of the front passenger side and look for a stamp in the block. This should tell you the engine class.

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Posted 01 July 2005 - 08:20 PM

A picture would help.

But Rob is right, look for something EJ?? or EA?? stamped on the front of the block somewhere.

EA81=1.8 liter OHV
EA82=1.8 liter OHC
EJ20= 2.0 liter OHC
EJ22= 2.2 liter OHC

If its carburated chances are it is a EA81 or EA82. But its not impossible to carburate a EJ20.

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