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I have a 2000 subaru impreza outback sport and I lost compression when i was doing athe timing belt. does that mean i bent the valves or is the something else it could be

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May or may-not be. Recheck your timing belt. You may just be out of phase enough that the valve is not open at the right time, or closing at the right time. If you are 100% sure timing belt is in proper phase then you may have bent a valve. Good luck and have a good day.

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