Well, we do not specialize in NA swaps, but I can tell you that nearly every 99 L I've seen has been MAP based.jkjersey said:In reply to svek: Why swap the complete wiring and pull out the ecu and engine loom if it isn't really needed. This isn't a high performance swap.
In reply to Bootleg: I will give them a call tomorrow. Ty for the tip.
Your 99 Silverthorn Metallic Sedan w/ 5spd MT is a Cal Emission car w/ a 07/98 date of mfg. It was originally sold in Fairfax VA.
Hope this is what you are looking for.
Have a Good Turkey Day.
jkjersey said:UPDATE: here is the page that has the cam sprocket info for a 99 notice the two different part numbers for camshaft no. 2.
The camshaft sprocket for camshaft no. 2 on a 2000 RS 2.5L (EJ251) which the engine is installed in there now is 13019AA041.
Now in the link I posted
It has two different numbers for the 2.2 L. I am calling subaruparts.com to get further clarification between the two cam sprockets for 1999 2.2L tomorrow. ***I'm assuming if the engine didn't start it is part number 13019AA041 for camshaft no. 2 which came with the 2000 2.5L and in actuality it needed a 13019AA051 camshaft sprocket for camshaft no. 2***
Could it hold true that a different camshaft sprocket could cause the engine not to run at all correct being that the ECU could expect different sync signals?