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How often do you change the timing belt on a subaru diesel legacy 09 reg

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SOURCE: timing belt on 1996 subaru legacy 2.5L

There is a belt tensioner that you need to collapse and put a small nail or I use a pop rivet to hold the tensioner off while I align the timing belt. Then remove the rivet or nail to allow the tensioner to work. Good luck, take your time and have a good day.

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: cant seem to time my 1990 subaru legacy

your timeing marks are on the block rite abouve the cams on either side and on the block in the middle but line the center mark on the teeth there is a mark not the arrow the arrow is where tdc is the mark is on teeth good luck.

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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SOURCE: how to change a timing belt on a 1.8 turbo diesel

I strongly suggest you go to auto zone or where ever and getting a haynes repair manual for this job. It will tell you exactly how to do this job.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Timing Belt replacement diagram for 1997 Subaru

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Posted on Feb 22, 2010

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SOURCE: 96 subaru legacy oil leak coming out from behind timing belt covr

replace seals on camshafts as well, Oil pump housing should be removed,which is around the front crankshaft snout, oil pump screws tightened,use locktite,renew rear oil pump to block o ring also.

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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If the vehicle was idling proper before timing belt replacement, it is possible the valve timing is not correct due to belt not being installed/lined up properly. If belt was changed because it was broken, chances are there is valve damage internal to the engine causing this issue

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Click on the following free direct Link. It has the Timing: Belt and Mark Diagrams for your 1992 Subaru Legacy.

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your timeing marks are on the block rite abouve the cams on either side and on the block in the middle but line the center mark on the teeth there is a mark not the arrow the arrow is where tdc is the mark is on teeth good luck.

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