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EJ18 swap - best wiring reference?

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#1 88HatchMonster


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Posted 02 September 2005 - 04:15 PM

Hey all, I've got my 94 impreza with it's EJ18 waiting patiently to hop in my old hatchback, and I was wondering what the best source for an accurate wiring diagram would be.
I know many swappers have recommended the $20 diagram from Kennedy Adapters, but that is specifically for 90-94 legacy's. Any opinions on whether or not there would be any discrepancies?
Other than that, which aftermarket repair manual has the best and most accurate wiring diagrams for that model and year? I wouldn't mind having a decent repair manual for that engine anyway.

#2 Snowman


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Posted 03 September 2005 - 01:38 PM

I did my EJ22 swap primarily with a chilton's manual. I double-checked a few things with the FSM, haynes, and Mitchell, but I'm pretty sure I could have done just fine with only the Chilton's.

An EJ18 in a hatch? SWEEEEET!

#3 88HatchMonster


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Posted 03 September 2005 - 05:05 PM

Thanks for the info, Chilton's is is then.
Yes the EJ18 is a peppy little motor, can't wait to see how it's gonna skoot my hatch around. :brow:

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