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Impreza overheating my temp gauge shoots up whenever I go uphill at high speed. If I ease off the throttle it drops back to normal. the rest of the time it works quite fine. this happened after I changed my timing belt 4 months ago. The timing marks are spot on (left and right cam aligns with the cover, crank mark aligns with the mark on the sensor.what is the problem

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Check your thermostat and if it turbo I advice to remove and clean out your redaitor and every thing will bo cool

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SOURCE: Timing marks for cambelt change

Ej-25 motor has 4 cams. Cam sprockets are marked as follows. Intakes have single hatch mark which point straight up and a double hatch mark that face straight down at double hatch mark on exhaust sprocket. The exhaust sprocket also has a single notch at 90 degrees which points to the outside edge and should line up with mark on cover. Take your time. Hope this helps and have a Great day.

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SOURCE: ignition timing off, belt already off

Recheck those timing belt marks. There are 2 marks on the crank, be sure you are lining up the correct ones.

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SOURCE: need diagram of cam marks and crankshasft marks for timing belt set up

they are on the t/belt cover.

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SOURCE: need timing belt marks for a 1995 subrau impreza

they are the notches on the timing gears and they line up with the notches on the black timing covers back. it is a single over head cam? the middle ( crank) is straight up. they are very noticeable you well know when you see them! good luck.

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SOURCE: timing belt -how to do and retime

Click on the following direct Link. It has the Timing Belt/Pulley Marks - Diagrams for the 1.8L that you will need.

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