1998 CHRYSLER CIRRUS REPAIR MANUA
EASA | European Union Aviation Safety Agency
Web viewPrior to installation of this change/repair it must be determined thatthe interrelationship between this change/repair and any otherpreviously installed change and/ or repair willintroduce no adverseeffect upon the airworthiness of the product. 10034641 2 EXCEL DESIGN LIMITED REV. 5 PA-31 Introduction of Chin Mount and re-located Pitot tubes.
EJ251 and EJ252 Subaru Engines
Subaru's EJ251 and EJ252 were 2.5-litre horizontally-opposed (or 'boxer') four-cylinder petrol engines. For Australia, the EJ251 engine was first introduced in the Subaru BE/BH Liberty in 1998 and subsequently offered in the BH Outback, GD/GG Impreza RS and Subaru SG Forester. For the Subaru BL/BP Liberty and BP Outback, the EJ251 was replaced by the EJ252 engine.
FA20D Subaru Engine
The FA20D engine had an aluminium alloy cylinder head with chain-driven double overhead camshafts. The four valves per cylinder – two intake and two exhaust – were actuated by roller rocker arms which had built-in needle bearings that reduced the friction that occurred between the camshafts and the roller rocker arms (which actuated the valves).