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I have a 1995 subaru legacy 2l sedan with a blown head gasket and a fault automatic tramission. I can get hold of hold of a 2.5l subaru outback engine with a automatic transmission all in working order. Can I put the outback engine and transmission into my legacy?

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Yes it will fit. Try to get the computer out of the EJ25 motor donation. Really make things easier. Good luck and have a good day.

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