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Cefiro Identification Awd/rwd?


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hi guys i got a 93 ceffy, now i wanna upgrade some suspension stuff and saw in the parts thread its different for awd and rwd:D

how to find out what i got? i know my ceffy got hicas and came originally by a rb20de, can somebody help me...don't wanna buy some stuff which don't fits >_<

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Series 2 / 3 only, RB20DET only, Auto only.

Biggest giveaway is the front suspension, R32 GTS4.

Strut towers are closer to the centre (less room in engine bay than RWD Cefiro), Strut towers have 2 holes at the top, not 3.

They use an upper control arm, different knuckles, etc.

Next biggest giveaway is the driveshafts at the front and its ability to smoke tyres :P

Pull the ATTESA fuse for RWD

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my coilovers here got 3 holes so rwd and stuff from s13 fits if i'm right :worship:

thx bro :thumbsup:

still thinking about buying your ceffy key but my wallet is in hurt :wacko:

btw another question, i got here in my ceffy some f**ked up leaking tein coilovers, if i buy some from a s13 the springs are too weak, could i just change the springs and all ok?

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Model number needs to have an N in it for it for 4WD, e.g. NA31 or LNA31

Also the badge on the back will be "SE-4" for 92-on or "ATESSA Cruising" for earlier models.

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