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#1 ByTheSea

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Posted 15 September 2003 - 05:56 PM

I posted looking for a reduction gear for a 3AT FWD trans. It occured to me that since the gear is in the diff housing that the 3AT 4WD might use the same part. If anybody has a parts guide could you check to see if PN#31450AA130 is listed for 89-94 3AT 4WD? Thanks, Brad

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Posted 15 September 2003 - 06:28 PM

Brad,if you ever need a part number,etc. call Dan Perkins Subaru in Milford and talk to John in Parts.

He is THE man.If he doesn't know it by memory he'll look it up for you in seconds.

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Posted 15 September 2003 - 06:44 PM

Thanks for that info Paul. I usually get taken care of at the local dealer but today there was a kid at the counter who didn't strike me as the intrepid parts swapping type. He failed to instantly recognize the destroyed gear and shaft I set on his counter, even though it's the most common failure in Sube history after timing belts, cam seals and CVs. He did offer to knock the price down a bit but $400 for the gears , 1 seal and the 10 cent ball bearing I dropped on the shop floor still made my heart skip a beat :)

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Posted 15 September 2003 - 09:13 PM

I can look things up if you want as well- anyone can shoot me a PM or an email to brian@subaruwrxparts.com and I'll be happy to find where things are within Subaru of America, what they fit, and/or how much :).

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Posted 16 September 2003 - 03:28 PM

3D, DL,GL,RS.

4DR, DL,GL,GL10

SW, DL,GL,GL10

ALL NON_TURBO MODLES

and they were made for the 89,90 MY

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Posted 16 September 2003 - 10:00 PM

I found a tranny locally today from a wrecked 93 w 111K. Governor gear and reduction shaft gear are in perfect condition, fluids clean and nothing but a little fine gray film on the diff magnetic drain plug(no chunks). I got it cleaned up and did the "best parts go here" gig. I'm going to keep the diff section from the first tranny I bought and put it together with the rebuilt tranny section that was originally on the car, assuming I find the reduction gear. There may be hope for that since the car I just bought slips starting out and goes fine at highway speed. I'm hoping it has a good reduc and gov in it. The leftovers go back to the salvage yard for refund. In any case thanks for the good answers.

SVXPERT, was that interchange only for the 89-90 or does it go all the way up to 94?
Thanks, Brad

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Posted 16 September 2003 - 10:21 PM

It was only 89 and 90, so speaketh the Subaru parts catalog CDs I use at work :).




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