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1995 subaru legacy, no fire:

Pretty sure ti's the timing belt, how do I diagonce and replace

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One side of the timing cover can be pulled off to look at the belt. If you pull off the cover on the driver's side (four 10mm bolts), you'll be able to see if the belt is tight, slack, or broken. Good luck!

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