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Unread 18th March 2018, 05:56 PM
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Default Will 2001 Foz L auto tranny fit 99 auto Forester S

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If a 2001 Forester L tranny will work in my car
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It should but I'm no specialist as I have a 5MT.
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There are two questions.

"Will it fit?" - yes.
"Will it work?" - you need to see if the TCU is compatible.
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Some more info
99 Forester S
Looking to pickup a used 2001 L tranny and not exactly sure what might be different.

The autowrecker when I asked said the cross over computer indicated 2001
No idea what changed in 2002
But obviously when the body style changed that would be a obvious clue.
Some people had mentioned newer motors may require swapping timing sprockets to makenit work

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Not sure how one would go about that?

Looking part numbers up?




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There are two questions.

"Will it fit?" - yes.
"Will it work?" - you need to see if the TCU is compatible.
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