Question about 1997 Subaru Legacy
Just get your timing marks all lined up correctly then release the tensioner. You'll need a vise to compress the tensioner and put a pin in the hole to keep it back. Install the tensioner and release it. Rotate the engine 2 full revolutions forward and on reverse and double check that the marks are still in the correct spots and re-assemble.
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