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Old 06-05-2013, 05:42 PM   #197
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got my car back from the dealership and they CLAIM my ECU was out of date so they updated it. i dont think this fixed a damn thing and i told them that. Sooo next weekend i will be bringing the car back to the dealership
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Here are the "special tools" needed to stretch the seals over the injector heads without damaging them.
Subaru wouldn't sell them to me.
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I even called OTC and after asking for my account number, which I didn't have, they said the tools hadn't been manufactured yet.
Told me to call back in maybe July.

Found this one on a consignment site:

I MIGHT be able to get this tool

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got my car back from the dealership and they CLAIM my ECU was out of date so they updated it. i dont think this fixed a damn thing and i told them that. Sooo next weekend i will be bringing the car back to the dealership
How can it be out of date? Was there a revised version in the US?
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:24 PM   #200
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How can it be out of date? Was there a revised version in the US?

my car was bought this time last year so it was an early shipment. the dealer CLAIMS it was a recall and i should be getting a notice in the mail shortly about it mot sure i believe them completely

i also have some other codes besides the p0351. they are C1201 and C1241. not sure what they mean but i have them
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my car was bought this time last year so it was an early shipment
Same with me, but only actual recall i've done is the ECM reprogramming coolant.
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Same with me, but only actual recall i've done is the ECM reprogramming coolant.

and i think that is what they did and i left reluctantly. with a comment after saying i dont think this fixed it and i will be seeing you guys later
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my car was bought this time last year so it was an early shipment. the dealer CLAIMS it was a recall and i should be getting a notice in the mail shortly about it mot sure i believe them completely

i also have some other codes besides the p0351. they are C1201 and C1241. not sure what they mean but i have them
Google says:

C1241: Low Battery Positive Voltage

C1201: Engine control system malfunction

p0351: Ignition coil
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Old 06-05-2013, 07:50 PM   #204
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ive gotten P0351, dealer replaced my Damaged DI. 2 weeks later, I got the "Firecracker" noise again from the engine bay. My other DI crapped on me. I don't think they ever replaced my coilpacks though..
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:51 PM   #205
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Ok, so you don't have to lift the engine out if you need to replace your coil packs, at least for cyl #1. If there are people that want me to, I can make a write-up as to how to accomplish this. Here is a picture of my old coil pack.



One of the engine bay with the ignition ecu and bracket removed (the removed assembly is sitting on top of my throttle body ish).



And a view of the coil pack locations. You can also see the fuel rail for bank 1.



All in all, about 45 minutes to replace a coil WITHOUT having to lift the engine out. Oh, and car starts
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Old 06-05-2013, 10:57 PM   #206
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Ok, so you don't have to lift the engine out if you need to replace your coil packs, at least for cyl #1. If there are people that want me to, I can make a write-up as to how to accomplish this. Here is a picture of my old coil pack.



One of the engine bay with the ignition ecu and bracket removed (the removed assembly is sitting on top of my throttle body ish).



And a view of the coil pack locations. You can also see the fuel rail for bank 1.



All in all, about 45 minutes to replace a coil WITHOUT having to lift the engine out. Oh, and car starts
did u replace the coil packs with new ones?

how much?
Part Number?
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I did replace.

Subaru P/n: 22433AA650
Unit cost: 109.95

Ultimately bought it from Subaru even though I have an FRS. Toyota wanted a considerable amount more.

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Old 06-05-2013, 11:22 PM   #208
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I did replace.

Subaru P/n: 22433AA650
Unit cost: 109.95

Ultimately bought it from Subaru even though I have an FRS. Toyota wanted a considerable amount more.

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Did this solve ur issue?

How did u know it was bad?
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I was getting firecrackers and p0351. After Toyota replaced my di seals, I was still getting p0351 codes. Little early to tell if it fixed the problem, but so far so good. There are no outwardly signs of failure. I will probably take apart the damaged coil to see what parts went bad. Sorry for broken sentences, not in front of my computer.

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Old 06-06-2013, 10:59 AM   #210
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Does anyone know if this issue can be replicated on a auto?
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