Question about 2000 Subaru Outback
Loosen the head studs all the way and slide them out until the contact the chassis frame. The top two closest to the radiator support will come straight out. Tilt the cylendar heads upwards and rotate twords the firewall with the cam. The studs should come out one by one with patience and finess. Reinstall with the lower three and upper rear in the head all the way down and with the head tilted upwards lower the bottom three into the holes while tilting the head flush with the block.
Posted on Aug 28, 2012
Yes it will its really tight you might have to take the motor mounts loose and jack the motor up a couple inches and it will come out
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