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Dorman
1994 Subaru Impreza Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 1.8L Dorman

P311-4DA06FD    264-601  New

11109AA110 , 11109AA093 , 11109AA091 , SUP02A , 103148 , 11109AA092 , 501151 , 11109AA111

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Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • Product Attributes:
    • Drain Thread Size: M20x1.5
    • Maximum Depth: 6.5
    • Maximum Width: 10.5
    • Mounting Hole Quantity: 14
    • Package Contents: Oil Pan
    • Sump Location: Center
    • Sump Type: Wet
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Subaru Impreza H 4 Cyl 1.8L - 1781
Dorman
2004 Subaru Impreza Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.0L Dorman

P311-04E5A88    264-600  New

SUP01A , 501150 , 103147 , 11109AA051 , 11109AA052 , 11109AA053

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$57.84
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • Product Attributes:
    • Drain Thread Size: M20x1.5
    • Maximum Depth: 6.5
    • Maximum Width: 10.5
    • Mounting Hole Quantity: 14
    • Package Contents: Oil Pan
    • Sump Location: Center
    • Sump Type: Wet
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Subaru Impreza H 4 Cyl 2.0L - 1994
ATP
1995 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.2L ATP

P311-59D288D    103148  New

501151 , 103148 , 501150 , SUP02A , 264601 , 31158533 , 11109AA092 , TW6788B , 11109AA093

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$66.28
ATP Engine Oil Pan
  • ATP Engine Oil Pan
  • Product Attributes:
    • LineCode: Atp2
  • The engine oil pan is a critical part of the engine. It acts as a holding tank for engine oil which is the life blood for every engine. No engine can survive without oil. Engine oil pans can become damaged from road debris, corrosion, or bolt/drain plug over tightening. When this happens oil can leak out of the oil pan resulting significant engine damage. ATP Engine Oil Pans fit and function just like the original part ensuring long life and durability.
Brand: ATP
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Subaru Legacy H 4 Cyl 2.2L - 2212
ATP
1992 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.2L ATP

P311-59D288D    103148  New

501151 , 103148 , 501150 , SUP02A , 264601 , 31158533 , 11109AA092 , TW6788B , 11109AA093

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ATP Engine Oil Pan
  • ATP Engine Oil Pan
  • ; To 4/92; Eng. #597629
  • Product Attributes:
    • LineCode: Atp2
  • The engine oil pan is a critical part of the engine. It acts as a holding tank for engine oil which is the life blood for every engine. No engine can survive without oil. Engine oil pans can become damaged from road debris, corrosion, or bolt/drain plug over tightening. When this happens oil can leak out of the oil pan resulting significant engine damage. ATP Engine Oil Pans fit and function just like the original part ensuring long life and durability.
Brand: ATP
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1992 - Subaru Legacy H 4 Cyl 2.2L - 2212
Dorman
2005 Subaru Impreza Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.0L Dorman

P311-2D8E808    W0133-1801129  New

Qty:
$98.05
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Subaru Impreza H 4 Cyl 2.0L - 1994
Dorman
1993 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-2D8E808    W0133-1801129  New

Qty:
$98.05
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • ; Production: -04/1992
Brand: Dorman
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1993 - Subaru Legacy To:04-00-92
Dorman
1999 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.5L Dorman

P311-2D8E808    W0133-1801129  New

Qty:
$98.05
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • ; Production: -05/31/1999
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1999 - Subaru Legacy H 4 Cyl 2.5L - 2458 To:05-31-99
Dorman
2002 Subaru Forester Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-4E327D3    W0133-1801128  New

Qty:
$104.37
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle
2002 - Subaru Forester
Dorman
1995 Subaru Impreza Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-4E327D3    W0133-1801128  New

Qty:
$104.37
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • ; Production: 08/01/1994-
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1995 - Subaru Impreza Fr:08-01-94
Dorman
1993 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-4E327D3    W0133-1801128  New

Qty:
$104.37
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • ; Production: 05/1992-
Brand: Dorman
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1993 - Subaru Legacy Fr:05-00-92
Dorman
1995 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-4E327D3    W0133-1801128  New

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$104.37
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • ; Production: 03/01/1994-
Brand: Dorman
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Vehicle Prod. Date Range
1995 - Subaru Legacy Fr:03-01-94
Dorman
1999 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.2L Dorman

P311-4E327D3    W0133-1801128  New

Qty:
$104.37
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • ; Production: -05/31/1999
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC Prod. Date Range
1999 - Subaru Legacy H 4 Cyl 2.2L - 2212 To:05-31-99
Dorman
1993 Subaru Impreza Engine Oil Pan Dorman

P311-4E327D3    W0133-1801128  New

Qty:
$104.37
Dorman Engine Oil Pan
  • ; Production: 11/1992-
Brand: Dorman
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1993 - Subaru Impreza LS Fr:11-00-92
Spectra Premium
2001 Subaru Outback Engine Oil Pan 6 Cyl 3.0L Spectra Premium

P311-37CB5CE    W0133-1786518  New

Qty:
$112.54
Spectra Premium Engine Oil Pan
  • Lower
Brand: Spectra Premium
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2001 - Subaru Outback H 6 Cyl 3.0L - 3000
Genuine
2002 Subaru Outback Engine Oil Pan 6 Cyl 3.0L Genuine

P311-34DE991    W0133-1786518  New

Qty:
$158.13
Genuine Engine Oil Pan
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Lower
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Subaru Outback H 6 Cyl 3.0L - 3000
Spectra Premium
2005 Subaru Outback Engine Oil Pan 6 Cyl 3.0L Spectra Premium

P311-37CB5CE    W0133-1786518  New

Qty:
$112.54
Spectra Premium Engine Oil Pan
Brand: Spectra Premium
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Subaru Outback H 6 Cyl 3.0L - 3000
Spectra Premium
2005 Subaru Outback Engine Oil Pan Spectra Premium

P311-55FA081    W0133-1768296  New

Qty:
$101.68
Spectra Premium Engine Oil Pan
Brand: Spectra Premium
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Vehicle Aspiration
2005 - Subaru Outback Turbocharged
Genuine
2005 Subaru Impreza Engine Oil Pan 4 Cyl 2.5L Genuine

P311-40A8594    W0133-1768296  New

Qty:
$181.02
Genuine Engine Oil Pan
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Subaru Impreza Turbocharged H 4 Cyl 2.5L - 2458
Spectra Premium
2007 Subaru Legacy Engine Oil Pan Spectra Premium

P311-25BD9DD    W0133-1832648  New

Qty:
$93.90
Spectra Premium Engine Oil Pan
Brand: Spectra Premium
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Vehicle
2007 - Subaru Legacy
Genuine
2013 Subaru Forester Engine Oil Pan Genuine

P311-487B71B    W0133-2732136  New

Qty:
$149.64
Genuine Engine Oil Pan
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Aspiration
2013 - Subaru Forester Naturally Aspirated

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2007 subaru impreza non turbo

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Question From Guest on 2007 subaru impreza non turbo

i replaced my automatic transmission filter on this subaru and drained what i believed to be the tranny oil pan. when i went to refill the tranny thru the dipstick i was able to get three quarts in and on the fourth quart it started to overflow from the dipstick tube. so thinking that i needed to pull that same plug i removed earlier to drain some of the fluid out into a can i did so and nothing came out, the trans oil pan was bone dry and the dip stick tube was still over flowing. i dont understand were i went wrong? so thinking maybe for some odd reason my car had two engine oil pans i checked my dipstick and it was bone dry. so i added half a quart of oil to the engine and it came out of the same oil pan i had origionally thought was for the tranny but now think might be a secondary oil pan maybe for lubing the turbo. so if any can help guide me in the right direction on how to remedy this problem i would be very grateful.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Don't quote me but I think there's a drain plug for the trans and one for engine oil AND a screw on filter for each!

Good grief ---- don't leave either too full or empty at all costs!! or it will be ALL COSTS!! They are both oils but get them both right with new filters again. I think the engine oil filter hides up in back near firewall - again don't quote me but it was a Subaru something that caught my attention with that,

T

Transmission fluid change problem in Subaru

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Question From EdinAK on Transmission fluid change problem in Subaru

1998 Subaru Impreza outback sport with 162,000 miles on its 2.2 L engine with an automatic transmission. I drained the dexton II fluid out, drained overnight then refilled with new fluid. Problem: Car acts like it does not even have a transmission. Ran engine and was in park, then slowly went thru all gears - pausing at each then back to park. Then put into gear and stepped on the gas - nothing. no motion only a higher engine speed. I did not drop pan or change filter either. I did over fill thinking it would pull it down. I then drew out fluid when I fould the car would not move and thinking I had blocked air from letting fluid drain to the proper places. Can anyone let me know what is happening here? Thanks for your help/ Ed

Response From Tom Greenleaf

First thought is it's not truly filled to proper level. It really helps to measure how much came out as if hoisted at an angle more or less of the fluid would come out with the drain plugs these use. Not sure if overfilling at first could cause a problem but might have brought out a weak link and hurt it??

Why did you do just what you did and not the filter which should just be an easy screw on filter?

T

Response From EdinAK Top Rated Answer

Thanks for the comeback - I used my Hayne's manual # 89100 that covers this car. I can't find anything out about a filter for it. It's not mentioned in the car's owners manual either. Am I to assume there is a type of filter behind the squarish auto-trans. oil pan where the drain plug lives? I read another thread here at this web site and they tipped up on one side as to put in fluid by using drain plug to get some fluid back in as they thought their fill pipe was clogged. I put a tube down mine to draw excess fluid out and its not clogged but that trick might help. Kind of wished I had left it alone - only thought that it can't hurt to replace the old stuff _ Boy was I wrong or what?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK - you are right if a parts look up was right. Filter kit should look like this and require taking pan down........

/

I retired about the time this was new and it was a Forester AWD I think about that year that did use what looks just like a common oil filter for trans fluid.

I apologize for that mistake. I don't buy pro edition manuals anymore for a long time now just look up parts and have a good clue how things work.

Hey - what you read on a clogged fill pipe had to be a nasty problem. Haynes manuals. The paper book ones that are cheap do lack IMO in details. It costs a fortune for pro edition stuff.

Not sure what the dipstick on this is exactly. IDK if it's possible for it to hit the filter shown above and shouldn't be able to!

The generic concept of that type shown above uses a rubber seal and tube and bolts up or some may use a bail like a canning jar but doubt it with this. If that seal has let go the filter is picking up fluid from the bottom of pan or real close and could just be sucking air above the fluid level by bad luck right now and wouldn't build up pressure to circulate fluid and it's fluid under pressure that actuate the bands and clutches for auto transmissions to operate. I'm having trouble believing you have wrecked this trans just yet. Even what I think was just short time overfilled IMO is unlikely to wreck it as you caught that and corrected it.

Most auto transmissions if you just drain from pan or plug will only let out about 1/3 of total capacity but IMO 1/3 new shouldn't hurt if approved fluid for the car right away like that! IMO 1/3 at least gets some fresh in there without harm if just a routine maintenance thing. If trying to cure something changing out fluid will either help or finish off a weak/worn trans.

For now I suggest taking the pan down and a new filter and seal as it's not that expensive (25-30 bucks + new fluid) just to know filter is in place, seal is new and gives you the chance to clean bottom of pan which can normally have some grey mud from normal wear. If VERY excessive or lots of metal filings that's a bad sign as is burnt fluid.

Notes: Pan is probably a cast alloy on this. Bolts should stick in place to new gasket to hold in place for re-installation. Doubt it but if a stamped sheet metal type pan you need to check with a straight edge that pan bolts haven't distorted the pan. If so bring that up and I'll tell you how to correct that.

IMO your intentions were fine - just something funky happened and does for no reason sometimes.

Some wild crap has happened to me over many years of this crap. Fixed an exhaust hanger on a common car that I stocked some parts new and used for. Was an in law and went to move car out of shop all done and it didn't have spark! Say what? Ign module just up and blew on it's distributor and we were no where near there. Stuff happens. It's rare but folks sometimes think we do things on purpose to make more work - NOT. Had a good used one for that whacked issue which was easy and didn't even charge to replace it.

Your call but if this was mine I'd drop the pan and put in the filter and new gasket. Don't re-use the fluid and do clean the inside of the pan and scrape of any gasket material that stuck - some come off whole and clean. Good luck,


T

Response From EdinAK

WOW - Thanks Tom - super help for me. Called NAPA Parts store and they had it here in stock in Ketchikan, Alaska. Got it and will clean up the pan and install the new filter unit first thing after breakfast in the morning. That should take care of my problem - thanks again / Ed

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Cross your fingers - it a reasonably cheap maybe that, that will do it before getting real expensive.

Good luck,

T

Response From EdinAK

Well... you know how things go...The last guy working on the Trans. before we bought the '98 impreza used in 2004 just had to not use a gasket but some kind of pliable red goop. After its years of baking on I will somehow have to use a chisel . I hope the pan survives the beating and I hope I can get to changing the much needed filter. It will take hours on that pan but I guess I have the time...Wish me luck

Response From Hammer Time

Don't blame the shop. Many gaskets have been replaced with silicone instead.

1998 Subaru Legacy Outback Limited 2.5L

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Question From shartinez on 1998 Subaru Legacy Outback Limited 2.5L

1998 Subaru, Legacy Outback, Limited edition, automatic, 2.5l @ 147,000 miles, which had a blown engine when I purchased it. My mechanic put in an barely used engine with 45,000 miles and 1 year warranty into it, which I bought online, and had delivered to him at his shop. Leaked oil like a sieve when I got it back from him.

So... I got a new mechanic who then replaced the head gasket and cam seals, put in a new radiator and passenger transaxle. After I had put the new engine in the weather got cold. I noticed it started to have a hard time shifting into 1st, so I took it back to the new mechanic. He said for the price I would pay to fix the shifting issue I may as well put a new tranny in it, which I decided against, for now.

This morning I walked out to start it and there is a three foot circle of clearish, dirtyish, oily something under the car, which after I looked under the car I saw it dripping from the middle to the right of the oil pan. I stuck a pan under it, came inside to call the mechanic who said it did have a differential leak which was part of the transmission stuff he doesn't deal with. To me, this is not a small leak and I was afraid to drive it because of a)leaking fluid all over and/or b) causing even more damage by drying out something.

Now, I'm not sure what to do next? I thought differentials leaked thick stuff, not thin-get-all-over-the-driveway-stuff. Basically I don't know if it's transaxle boot leaks, or differential leaks, or transmission leaks or what? And if so what order can I fix them without having to replace the tranny?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Having a shifting problem, a transaxle leak, and now a puddle of 'fluid', I'd recommend that you take to a REPUTABLE transmission shop for inspection. Check with friends, enemies, aquaintences, and the BBB about shops in the area. Personally, I'd stay away from the 'chain' stores. Transmission fluid has a 'pinkish' tint to it, but mixed with grease as it runs down, can appear dark. If this fluid is clear, could be power steering or brake fluid, but with the symptoms, sounds like it may be tied to the transmission. You mentioned that it had a 'hard time shifting into first'? Then, stated that this was an automatic? Could you clerify, please?

Response From shartinez Top Rated Answer

Nope, I didn't just have the oil changed and yes it is an automatic. (P,D,3,2,1,R to my right, not on the steering column, not sure about an OD-I'd have to go look).

If I don't let it warm up a good bit in P (30 minutes or so), when I shift into D it drives, but rev's up like crazy for about 5-10 minutes while driving cold (the tach goes way up into the red) (seems like it doesn't want to shift from first gear, but I don't feel or hear anything after that first one- so I assume it's not having any probs with the other gears?), finally shifting (lurching) to the next gear at around 30-35 mph, (though I usually pull over and sit for a while if it does that, then try it again after another 10 minutes or so).

The current mechanic put some sort of special tranny fluid additive (seemed really thick to me) into it, thinking it would help (it did seem to, a bit). Anyway it doesn't do it when the temp is above 50 degrees. I'll check the oil spot underneath when I get home from work, to see if it has a pinkish tinge...

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Okay; First, you should be seeing a Check Engine light illuminated. The transmission shifting is computer controlled. Sounds like a shift solenoid problem. Again, find a reputable trans. shop and have it diagnosed. I, personally, don't like any kind of 'additives'. "If it aint working, fix it, don't dump "stuff" into it trying to mask a problem." There's a lot of 'snake oil' out there. Some may be okay, but most of it is just that, snake oil.

Response From zmame

Did you just have your oil changed?? clean oil would look clearish on the ground