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Does anyone happen to know the Subaru part number for front and rear diff drain plug gaskets? I spoke with Jamie from subarugenuineparts but she directed me to this for the front diff:

https://www.subarugenuineparts.com/oem-parts/subaru-drain-plug-gasket-11126aa040

the picture looks to be an auto trans pan, and I'm unsure if auto trans drain plug shares the same gasket as our front diff.

 

As for the rear diff, I was shown:

https://www.subarugenuineparts.com/oem-parts/subaru-gasket-18x24x10-803918060

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I assumed that you have a CVT.

 

For anyone looking up front differential gaskets, they are on the part diagram for the CVT torque converter case. I figured this out on my 2009 2.5i Auto when looking the part numbers up.

 

The front differential uses a difference gasket for the main drain which they didn't give you. 803926090 You will need a T70 socket to remove this plug.

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru_2014_Legacy-Sedan-Plus-25L-CVT-4WD/GASKET/49286912/803926090.html

 

Their is an overflow plug as well which is the part number 803918060 they gave you.

 

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru_2014_Legacy-Sedan-Plus-25L-CVT-4WD/GASKET-----------------------------------M110411-/49286903/803918060.html

 

 

I was a little surprise to see that the CVT have different rear differential plugs than the my 2,5i and GT 2012 6MT. (My 2009 4EAT has a same plugs as my 6MT 5th Gen have had) You will need one for the fill and one for the drain. 803918060. This is also the same as the front differential overflow, so you will need 3 of these.

 

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru_2014_Legacy-Premium-Sedan-25L-CVT-4WD/GASKET-----------------------------------M110411-/49286903/803918060.html

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be careful when you do that... I had Subaru do mine and the front casing split right through the middle of the drain bolt

 

--------O-------

 

just like that. I noticed because I started getting wet spot on garage floor dead center of the car.. took it back and they filled it up and added UV dye. Cam back a week later and they were like "oh, snap! it's cracked"

 

Needless to say, Subaru had to eat a $8K transmission at 40K miles....

 

at my last visit, I asked them if they had seen that on other cars and they said "yes they had several others do the same thing"

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I assumed that you have a CVT.

 

For anyone looking up front differential gaskets, they are on the part diagram for the CVT torque converter case. I figured this out on my 2009 2.5i Auto when looking the part numbers up.

 

The front differential uses a difference gasket for the main drain which they didn't give you. 803926090 You will need a T70 socket to remove this plug.

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru_2014_Legacy-Sedan-Plus-25L-CVT-4WD/GASKET/49286912/803926090.html

 

Their is an overflow plug as well which is the part number 803918060 they gave you.

 

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru_2014_Legacy-Sedan-Plus-25L-CVT-4WD/GASKET-----------------------------------M110411-/49286903/803918060.html

 

 

I was a little surprise to see that the CVT have different rear differential plugs than the my 2,5i and GT 2012 6MT. (My 2009 4EAT has a same plugs as my 6MT 5th Gen have had) You will need one for the fill and one for the drain. 803918060. This is also the same as the front differential overflow, so you will need 3 of these.

 

https://parts.subaru.com/p/Subaru_2014_Legacy-Premium-Sedan-25L-CVT-4WD/GASKET-----------------------------------M110411-/49286903/803918060.html

 

 

thanks for the answers dgoodhue.

I ended up getting a lot of mixed part numbers from multiple oem retailers.

 

 

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be careful when you do that... I had Subaru do mine and the front casing split right through the middle of the drain bolt

 

--------O-------

 

just like that. I noticed because I started getting wet spot on garage floor dead center of the car.. took it back and they filled it up and added UV dye. Cam back a week later and they were like "oh, snap! it's cracked"

 

Needless to say, Subaru had to eat a $8K transmission at 40K miles....

 

at my last visit, I asked them if they had seen that on other cars and they said "yes they had several others do the same thing"

 

 

Wow what a nightmare. Atleast you got a brand new transmission courtesy of Subaru

 

 

 

 

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