1988 Subaru Justy "replace timing belt engines interference" Questions

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replace timing belt diagram Your timing belt should be replaced every 50-70,000 miles. Carmakers have specified the replacement intervals for timing belts. In this database you will find these timing ...

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...timing belt, not a chain, which rarely, if ever snap. Depending on the make of the car and the engine you may, or may not, have serious engine damage.. DO NOT ATTEMPT to start the car, have it towed ...

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replace it...Thank You Very Much !!! Your 2.0L is an interference engine. Since this engine is "SOHC" the timing belt will be easier than the larger 2.4L DOHC engine. When you are ready to perform the

...interference engine, and your valves will get ruined if your timing belt breaks. It is money well spent to replace it , and don't forget to have the water pump and tensioner replaced at the same

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timing belt broke . installed new one ,now auto back fire's. won't start Did you get it timed correctly? You don't just replace them like a fan belt, there is a procedure and marks that you line ...

...timing belt failure. Bent valves are not cheap to replace! i would recommend changing it. it should be changed about every 60,000 miles Timing belt replacement is always 60,000 miles. I would suggest ...

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timing belt broke while driving car what internal damage should i check for before trying to replace belt I'd recommend doing a web (or dealer) search for your specific engine to see if it's an ...

...be replaced at regular intervals as outlined in your manual. Did you replace the timing belt in time? ...

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...the timing belt lets go the valves will hit the pistons . thats also why the owners manual has a maintenance schedule that suggests what mileage to replace the timing belt at 2003 cts oil in ...

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...timing belt (or chain) breaks, usually resulting in extensive damage. This is why such engines have belt replacement intervals which should never be exceeded. Non-interference engines may safely have ...

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