2006 Subaru WRX Camshafts

    • Continental® - ContiTech™ Camshaft Seal
      Subaru WRX EJ255 Engine 2006, ContiTech™ Camshaft Seal by Continental®, Viton. Designed as an OEM quality replacement for your worn-out or leaking camshaft seal, this product provides a precise fit, reliable and long-lasting performance. Made...
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    • National® - Engine Camshaft Repair Sleeve, Upper
      Subaru WRX 2006, Engine Camshaft Repair Sleeve by National®, Upper. This part is manufactured by one of the most trusted names in the automotive industry to keep your vehicle perform optimally. It is built to the original equipment specifications...
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    • National® - Engine Camshaft Seal
      Subaru WRX 2006, Engine Camshaft Seal by National®. Don’t just repair a leak, prevent future problems with a National Oil Seal. This part is manufactured using exclusive National Dynamic Edge technology that generates a dynamic pumping action...
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    • Genuine® - Exhaust Valve
      Subaru WRX 2006, Exhaust Valve by Genuine®. Is your vehicle feeling down on power? Do you see dark puddles on the ground when you park? Is your CHECK ENGINE light on? Your engine may be in need of repair, but before you waste your time and gas...
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    Customer Reviews
    4(4)
    2000 Audi A4
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    "Good product."

    4.5(4.5)
    2004 Land Rover Discovery
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    "Ordered this part. Came right on time. The package was opened, but the part was not damaged. Installed it and no more problems. Thank you."

    5(5)
    1997 GMC CK
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    "This device fit my wiring harness very well and performed exactly as was needed."

    5(5)
    2002 Honda Civic
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    "Good Product! Exact Fit. Good Price."

    4.5(4.5)
    1971 Mercury Cougar
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    "These went in easy enough, I think they were actually easier to line up than the stock ones. Mounted both loosely to engine, then lowered engine with a hoist slowly. Pushed and wiggled until one lined up, put the bolt in loosely then pushed and wiggled until the other side lined up. Seem to be harder durometer than the stockers."