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Old 12-15-2021, 03:49 PM   #1
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Oil Filter

Is the oil filter same as Forester? Does anyone have the part number?

Getting ready for the 1k breakin oil change
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Old 12-15-2021, 03:51 PM   #2
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Go pop your hood and get the number. It's printed right on the side.
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Old 12-15-2021, 04:02 PM   #3
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Here's the part number. I ordered it from that site but not trying to push them - I just couldn't find anything aftermarket at the time.


https://www.subarupartsdeal.com/part...5208aa170.html
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Here's the part number. I ordered it from that site but not trying to push them - I just couldn't find anything aftermarket at the time.


https://www.subarupartsdeal.com/part...5208aa170.html
The right parts number for the 22 BRZ is 15208AA170, and according to subaruís service is same as wrx
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Does the oil pan plug use a crush washer? I don't see one in the parts blow up.
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Does the oil pan plug use a crush washer? I don't see one in the parts blow up.

It does - same as previous gen: https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru__/...803916010.html
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Does the oil pan plug use a crush washer? I don't see one in the parts blow up.
Yes. I see it in the engine section under oil pan, and also in the maintenance section right next to the drain plug.
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Does the oil pan plug use a crush washer? I don't see one in the parts blow up.
The car came without, but on the manual is listed as optional. I installed for piece of mind, used from gen1.
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The car came without, but on the manual is listed as optional. I installed for piece of mind, used from gen1.
yours might be painted/glued on to your drain bolt or pan, so the washer is "missing"....

I had this issue with my 2013

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Optional is the replacement of it, not its presence.
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yours might be painted/glued on to your drain bolt or pan, so the washer is "missing"....

I had this issue with my 2013

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Probably it. I replaced both washer and plug on the first change. Makes sense
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I had to use a dental tool to remove my washer. Which was nearly invisible.
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Is the oil filter same as Forester? Does anyone have the part number?

Getting ready for the 1k breakin oil change
Iíve never changed my oil myself but I just hit 1k miles in my brz. So, do I always change the oil filter when I change the oil and also, what oil do you recommend?
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The little washer gets painted over at the factory so it sticks to the drain plug. Use a small screwdriver or pick to get it off. Make sure you donít go crazy and score the plug.

I should also mention, oil was changed at 600 or so miles and had a decent number of small chunks and quite a bit of metal flakes/glitter so Iíd highly recommend doing it before 1000 miles.
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