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When does the timing belt need to be replaced on a 2002 Subaru Forrester?

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Fan belt squealing on 2001 subaru forrester


something is gettn on belt-liquid etc-------make sure the pulleys are clean-the ribs collect dirt----the fan belt tensioner nay b goin out-its the single wheel-berrings wear

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If you get your clutch replaced in a 2002 Suburu Forrester, is it a separate batch of work to fix the hydraulics on the clutch?


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How much should it cost to replace my 1998 forrester belts?


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I need a diagram for a ting belt on a 1998 subaru forrester.


2.5 DOHC
Route belt in sequence as shown in red after engaging crank pulley.
Count the amount of teeth between the marks as shown in blue:
i - 28
ii - 54.5
iii - 51
iv - 28

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RI - Right Intake
RE - Right Exhaust
LI - Left Intake
LE - Left Exhaust

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How often does the auto transmission oil and filter need to be changed in a 2006 subaru forrester?


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You can try getting the top end clean which includes cleaning the throttle body and chemicaly cleaning the carbon from the back of the valves and the intake runners. You could also try changing the Knock Sensor.

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