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Yes, all Subaru vehicles have timing belts. Be sure to replace your timing belt at the required intervals. Timing belt replacement is crucial to the life of your engine. Interference type engines can suffer expensive damage in the case of timing belt failure. Bent valves are not cheap to replace.----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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