Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval




Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

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  • For that reason, replacement of belts is recommended at fixed mileage or time intervals, as well as "Subaru timing belt replacement is not for the novice.

    when do you change the timing belt? my impreza has miles? - The interval for subaru t belts is k, and you should replace the water pump as.

    My advice is change the timing belt, water pump and other maintenance issues now. date and mileage when they did the work my car is a Subaru outback .. I just replaced t-belt, water-pump and t-stat on a k mile Impreza but all.

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Search Subaru Impreza Questions. Bob, Subarus do not have two timing belts. Did you really save that much money when you decided to purchase the manual over the automatic. I had planned to keep it a couple of years, but now I would like to keep it much longer. My friend in Georgia says he can always tell a northern car when he puts it on a lift, lol.

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Asked by ccorreia Apr 25, at I have read a lot of comments that the timing belt should be changed on a Subaru as an important maintenance priority to prevent possible damage to the engine. I bought my Subaru with almost 90k miles on it. It runs great with no indication of problems.

    I do not have the service history. Is there any way to know if the service has already been done? I have k on it now. There is a doubt, so I will probably just suck it up and do it. There is no easy way of telling if it has been done?

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Chris answered 3 years ago. If a shop did it, sometimes they'll put a sticker, say, on the air box or intake with date and mileage. And I can't speak for the outbacks, but for the foresters, the forums are good about sticking to k mile interval. But I've seen a few people on here get freaked out at anything over I would recommend checking Nasioc or the Outback forums for maintenance topics.

    And I'm guessing it's the same as the forester, change everything, the belt, tensioner and pulleys but I would search for that info. You should be able to get it all in a kit -- check rockauto. Markw answered 3 years ago. My advice is change the timing belt, water pump and other maintenance issues now.

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Why, it's not just mileage, but, it's a matter of time. Your car is a and it's 7 years old with 90, plus miles. I have a with just over 70, miles and in two years, I'm changing the belt regardless of what the mileage is. Trust me, you will thank me later for this advice. It's not worth blowing up your engine. By the way, unless you absolutely have percent confidence in doing this yourself, take it to an independent professional mechanic.

    They know how to adjust the belt precisely for the engine. Also, I would change to synthetic oil. As you have the same engine as my car, the EJ25 phase 2 engine, you can run Just keep an eye on your head gaskets. The ones on your car were just prior to the multi- layered head block design. Wow, I just read your original post once again and see you have , miles. Subaru recommends that the belts be changed at , miles.

    Don't wait, take your car to the mechanic next week, I'm serious. If the timing belt should fail, you will be looking at a major engine overhaul and at least a complete valve job. Do yourself a big favor now and avoid that. Keith answered 3 years ago. I had my timing belt , water pump, pulleys and cam seals done all at the same time , I brought my car used and wasn't sure of the maintenance history the car had when I got her and the service station did put a sticker on the upper shock column the date and mileage when they did the work my car is a Subaru outback.

    Subaru impreza timing belt replacement interval

    Prices range from state to state and shop to shop but about how much did you spend for that? Kinker, tell me, does your burn oil and did you or the person before you replace the head gaskets? Thanks for the advice, guys. You have convinced me that it would be a good investment. Is this job something a Subaru dealership should handle or do you think any shop could do it.

    I have limited skills when it comes to working on cars. They are so much more complicated nowadays and often you need specialized tools. Is there anyone else who remembers the days when there was plenty of room around the engine to work and all you needed was some liquid wrench and a good socket set? I would call around and price it out. Dealers can be good or bad. It just depends on the dealer. Some rip people off and some take good care of customers. I would check out the forums man.

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