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I have an 01 obs that i'm doing a manual swap on, want to go hydro because I have the fork, master and slave, and it's what i prefer. My question is, what year impreza/other model pedals will fit my car? Looking on ebay they look like the mounting holes are almost identical but I want to make sure before I buy anything. Anyone ever put 14+ wrx pedals in an older car with success?
Hey subaru forester community I need some help! I have a 1999 subaru forester s in good condition but I'm recently having some issues with the clutch. I've only had the car for about 8,000 miles and when I bought the car I noticed the catch point was rather high on the car but I didn't notice any signs of the clutch slipping/going out. Recently it seems the clutch is slipping and in need of replacement but i need a proper way to confirm this theory before I dump money into it. I was told that if I can in second gear on a flat road start from a stop with out stalling and with my foot of the gas it ment the clutch was bad. I tried this test and I could in fact get the car rolling rather easy by just slowly releasing the clutch. Not sure if this is valid test though? Additionally I'm curious if it is possible if the high catch point is normal for an oem subaru forester clutch and if its safely adjustable so I can make the catch point almost on the floor either on my current clutch or a replacement. Also how I could do this? Thanks for any help I can get; theese forums rock!
Hello people, This may sound ridiculous to some of you, but for others -like me- this would have been very useful. I have been very busy lately so I have barely done anything to my '01 Legacy. Something I did, however, was to fix an *incredibly* annoying vibration of the gas pedal, which I had felt since I put the engine back after doing the head gaskets. Some time ago I read a post by someone asking for help with a similar issue, but (s)he ended up taking the car to a dealer, who diagnosed an incorrectly routed gas pedal and/or cruise control cables. They fixed the problem, but this person didn't offer a more detailed description of the solution. Last weekend I went to my u-pull of choice, and found a '00 Legacy sedan "totaled" (light right side damage) with a *pristine* -and apparently untouched- engine bay. After getting what I needed (power steering pump), and somehow I remembered to take a picture of the junkyard's car engine bay. When I compared it to my car's, I found the routing of the cables was fine, but I had (mistakenly) fixed them to one of the A/C hoses. The car still runs a little rough, but at least you don't feel anything on your right foot, which I consider an absolute success So... here's the picture: The cables are fixed using plastic clips in three places: - The (wrapped) positive wire from the alternator to the battery. - The positive wire from the battery to the starter motor - One of the A/C hoses (only the cruise control cable) Best luck!
First time posting on here so I'll do my best to explain what's going on... As the title says my clutch pedal hinge is worn out and and rubbing up against the medal and when I push the clutch in it moves around a lot. Since it moves around it doesn't allow the clutch to disengage the tranny all the way and I can't shift smoothly and can barely get it into reverse without damaging something in the tranny. My question is if any of you have had this problem and know how to fix it, or if it's even fixable? I never noticed before but, I'm assuming it had some kind of rubber bushing in there to keep it from rubbing up against the medal, if so, that's obviously gone.. Thanks for any info you can provide!
ea81 clutch cable... What the hell?
Whatever posted a topic in Old Gen.: 80's GL/DL/XT/Loyales...So I can't get the pin off that goes through the end of the clutch cable and the clutch pedal. I can't figure out how to pull the pedal either. Please help me.
Cracked Pedal Box: EA82 for an EA81?
MatDrong posted a topic in Old Gen.: 80's GL/DL/XT/Loyales...So, I was changing the clutch cable on my 2nd Gen Brat when I found out the pedal box was cracked in two places. This was causing the pedal box to give and flex during operation of the clutch cable, which was resulting in poor shifting. I'm having an incredibly hard time sourcing a replacement. Pulling and welding the current one seems like my only other option, and that would probably not be as permanent of a fix as I would like. My first inclination was to check and see if I could use an ea82 pedal box. Has anyone done this?
FIrst Generation BRAT Pedal Car
doughildreth posted a topic in Members Rides