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    90 Legacy - AWD 6MT EJ22T

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  1. Legacy777

    Kia Sephia Sporty

    As I mentioned I think you should be good. If it's blowing cold and working well, that's good to hear.
  2. Legacy777

    Kia Sephia Sporty

    I think you should be ok. Has your AC been working ok or do you not have the work completed yet?
  3. Legacy777

    Kia Sephia Sporty

    Ok, well you've got to use what you have available. I'm sure it will work ok. The main issue I had with plain ester oil was it didn't lubricate as well and I believe lead to compressor failures. If the ICE 32 is supposed to help lubrication hopefully that well alleviate some of the issues I may have had. There appears to be different kinds of the Daphne Hermetic Oil, did the compressor say what viscosity/type? https://www.ilacorp.com/products/industrial-lubricants/refrigeration-compressor-oils.html
  4. Legacy777

    Kia Sephia Sporty

    Jes, Does the manual state to use ester oil vs. PAG oil? I've found ester oil doesn't work as well as PAG oil with r134a. I believe I've had compressor failures in the past due to insufficient lubrication.
  5. Legacy777

    Kia Sephia Sporty

    Great work Jes! Glad extending the pedal has helped. You also get some additional leverage on the brake pedal with the added length which translates to more force being input to the brake master cylinder with the same foot/leg force exerted on the brake pedal.
  6. Welcome to the USMB, and yeah post in the New gen forum. You'll be able to get some more feedback there.
  7. Legacy777

    New here!

    Welcome to the USMB! Sorry to hear about the accident, but glad to hear you're ok and getting an Outback.
  8. I may have a 95 manual, but not sure if it has the ej18 info you're looking for. If someone doesn't have the 94, shoot me a PM or email as a reminder and I'll try and look through the 95 I have to see if it has the ej18 info.
  9. Welcome to the USMB! I'm going to move your post to the new gen forum where your question will get some additional views.
  10. Welcome to the USMB. I would suspect it's as issue with the speedometer cable or mount between the cable and transmission. I'm going to move this thread to the old gen forum as they may be more familiar with the specific issue and fix.
  11. Legacy777

    New to USMB

    Welcome to the USMB! Definitely check out the Subaru retrofitting and old gen forums for info on the 2.2 swap.
  12. Legacy777

    Somewhat new

    Welcome to the USMB!
  13. Legacy777

    hello im new here

    Welcome to the USMB Chris! 750k miles is a lot!
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