Question about 1998 Subaru Legacy
As hari86 stated, if your not a mechanic (and I mean a real mechanic, not a backyard mechanic) its not something you want to get involved with. and since your asking this question, my guess is your not mechanically inclined :)
you need to take it to a mechanic, as it involves pretty much taking the engine apart just to get to the timing belt/chain. here is the worst part though, if your timing belt/chain has broken, it can do significant damage to other internal parts of the engine (most notably the valves) and can add a LOT of extra repair time/costs to the job. (think upwards of 2500.oo)
this is a good reason why you should read the manual as it will tell you about what miles you need to replace certain parts.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
Hi..u can't solve this,this can be done only by the mechanic.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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