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Plug Spotlight - DCCD Plugs

There are a few options for DCCD Controllers in a Subaru but what stays standard between controllers is the plugs. Don't go to the junkyard or splice in a corroded connector, purchase a new plug. It's always best to install new parts instead of used parts since they are more...

Subaru ECU Plugs

In this plug spotlight we talk about ECU Plugs for Subaru cars. These plugs can be hard to distinguish from each other because they are all very similar but the best way to determine what plug you need is by the number of terminal slots. iWire carries a few of...

Female vs Male Terminology for Subaru Plugs

We get a lot of confusion about which plug or terminal is needed based on female vs male. People read a forum post and then purchase the wrong side for their project. We thought we'd do a short post and define what it means when someone says a male plug...

Plug Spotlight - Impreza Fog Light Plugs

The Subaru Fog Light Plugs and Receptacles make it simple to connect and disconnect your fog lights form the body harness. The only big issue with the fog light plugs is that they change from year to year as well as model to model. We're hoping to create a catalog...

Terminal Order on a Subaru Plug

This DIY guide on Subaru wiring describes the basic breakdown of how to "read" a Subaru plug. Remembering the correct terminal order when pinning and depinning a Subaru connector is very important because the wires need to go into the correct slot on the connector for the wiring to be...

Subaru Camshaft vs Crankshaft Plug

The camshaft and crankshaft connectors for non drive by wire engines (EX. 02-05 USDM WRX) are the some of the most common plugs on our website that customers have difficultly identifying, so we decided to do a quick breakdown to help. Location of Sensor: The crankshaft sensor is the one...

Plug Spotlight - 54 Pin Main Engine Plug

The Subaru 54 Pin Main Engine Plug is the main connector between the engine of the car and the body of the car. We've finally been able to source these OEM plugs for anyone doing a DIY project or anyone looking to replace a broken plug. Cars it Works On:...

Plug Spotlight - Main Relay and Connector

What It Does: The Main Relay in your Subaru is triggered by the ECU to send power to the car. It sends power to turn on the ECU, injectors, coils, MAF, boost controller, etc. It's called the main relay because it basically powers all of the engine related functions. Cars...