I don't think the dohc engine in your 97 will work. And I'm not saying that because I have a sohc engine for sale. It came out of my 2000 Impreza RS. Unfortunately my daughter totalled the car (she's OK) and I retained the vehicle from the insurance company. the car (and engine) had 120,044 miles at the time of death. the timing belt was done at 105,000. Emailemail@example.com Talk to me-ED.A.
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the timing marks are on the camshaft pulleys and there are 2 notches on each pulley> they line up with 2 marks on the engine block for each pulley> and the crankshaft has a notch that lines up with a mark on the engine block aswell> pluss the new timing belt will have white marks on it that will line up with all of the marks on the pulleys when they are in the right place so its nearly impossable to do it wrong
the best would be a fully synthetic that still remains relatively thick(comparitvely speaking for synthetics as theyre known for being thin oil) very runny,but get something thats 10w 40 or 10w 50 unles you live in the snow then thin synthetic is fine,unless the engine has done heaps of miles,even semi synthetic if youre on a budget,but minimum
there is a plug on the shaft-side of the differential. Using a ratchet remove the plug and with the engine OFF, stick your finger inside the hole and you should get fluid just below the threads of where the plug goes in.