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What is the interval for replacing a timing belt for a 2005 subaru forester

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160,000 km major service. Anything over 150,000, think about getting it done, There's a set of bearing and the hydraulic tensioner (sometimes water pump) as well that should be done at the same time.

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90 thousand miles. there is a 90k service that needs to be performed, which will include replacing the timing belt, spark plugs, fuel filter, air filter, trans fluid, and checking and adjusting brakes.

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