SUBARU TIMING BELT DATE CODE
Is there a way to tell if my timing belt has been changed
Jan 21, 2008Taking the T-Belt covers is really easy takes 2 minutes just get a 10mm socket with a ratchet and pull off the 4 bolts on the T-Belt covers its made up of two pieces. I recommend doing it when the engine has not been running for a long time because I have seen the threads strip when trying to put it back together.
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Jul 26, 2016Re: Timing Belt Date Codes by BDKawey » Jul 25, 2016 6:03 PM another thing I would 10/10 suggest is removing a the oil feed banjo bolts. with neither of you being subaru guys and likely not knowing, def look into it and remove them if they havent been taken out yet.
So.. I checked the timing belt today and CRAP.. - NASIOC
Jun 02, 2011could be the part number and date code. My guess it's easier to change the belt than to find someone who knows how to interpret the code. And people normally mark the belt not the pulleys. Marks on the pulleys are from the factory. Seems timing belts are cheap for these cars.. just replace it.Best timing belt kit now that Gates trashed theirs?Aug 08, 2018P0021 Timing to Adance *UPDATE* possible t-belt culpritMay 20, 20111 tooth off on timing belt?Jun 08, 2009I can't find a subaru timing belt guide plate anywhereSep 26, 2008See more results
('03-'05) - how would i know if the timing belt has been
Jun 08, 2013I will check with Subaru to see if anything was done by a dealer. I just figured if it was, it would have been on the history report. Tomorrow I will see if I can see the belt. Just have to figure out where it is at. (-: I never realized that you have to change the timing belt on anything. I always thought, when something broke, fix it!!
Seattle Subaru Timing Belt Done Right. | All Wheel Drive Auto
Jun 23, 2009So your Subaru is due for its timing belt. Your owner’s manual states replace the timing belt at 105k for most models produced after 1996. Most will call around looking for the best price and not having any idea it’s really not the same as shopping for a TV or a mattress.
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does a broken timing belt always destroy the engine
Apr 04, 2015the belt broke at highway speed. I heard no sounds of metal crashing. Is there a chance that replacing the timing belt will enable the engine to run? If the valves are only slightly bent, will the engine run? How can I determine if the engine is destroyed or can be salvaged. Dealer wants $500 to repalce belt, $6,000 to replace engine.3.7/5(2)
Subaru Timing Belt Replacement Tips & Advice | MDH MOTORS
Subaru timing belt recommendation is at 105K but it’s not common to have to replace the timing belt before this mileage due to oil leaks from either the cam seal’s or front crankshaft seal. There are other spots to check such as the oil pump and the large piston access 12mm allen head bolts in front of the block also leak oil sometimes.
Subaru Timing Belt Myths - Car Talk Community
Subaru Timing Belt Myths. I think, generally, we can agree that: -if your owner’s manual gives you a timing belt change interval of something like “every 90,000 miles or every 9 years, whichever comes first,” you should change it every 90,000 miles or every 9 years, whichever comes first. -changing the timing belt before it breaks is important,..
Subaru Outback Questions - Timing Belt Maintenance - CarGurus
Subaru recommends that the belts be changed at 105,000 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. It could cost you $3,000 to $4,000.
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