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I have 2004 Subaru outback wagon and I need help with how to change the timing belt on it Also could u help me why my car is not starting and when I check it with OBD reader it shows P0336 crankshaft position and P0341 camshaft posistion I changed the crankshaft it is still same

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SOURCE: fuse box location on 2002 Subaru

my books say there are two. one inside vehicle on drivers side below dash to the left of the steering wheel. the other is in the engine compartment on the drivers side by fender

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SOURCE: 2000 Subaru Outback - i need help setting the timing belt

they should be marks on the cam gears take the #1 plug out take a long screwdriver put in cyld. hole have someone turn crank with wrench till it gets dead top and check the mark on crank then put belt back on start befor u put back to gether should start

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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SOURCE: 2000 Chevrolet Venture multiple codes stalling and rough idle

Look for broke/ shorted wires on Crank sensor.. thanks

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SOURCE: lightbulb replacement for 2000 Subaru outback wagon

all you need to do is remove the clip holding the washer fluid neck filler, once this is out of the way you can access the big gray backing that should have two wires coming out of it. just twist in the direction indicated and remove the cap, now you have access to the back of the bulb, remove the wires attatched to it and remove the metal clip that holds the bulb in place. now just put the new one in. You will see a small tab on the round part of the bulb, below the glass, align it right in the slot and put the metal clip back on and put the wires back on and backing cap and washer filler cap. P.S do not touch the glass on the new bulb, the grease on your fingers will prematurely burn the bulb out.

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SOURCE: Is there a timing belt or chain in a 2004 Subaru

The 2.5L engine has a timing belt and it should be replaced at 105K. The 3.0L engines have a timing chain and are not serviced regularly.

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