Subaru does use a timing belt. Please ask a question that can be answered.
Subaru uses a belt.
Subaru Forester has a timing belt.
The 2.5 litre four cylinder engine in a 2000 Subaru Forester has a timing BELT
it has a timing belt not timing chain .. cheers
You don't "set" a timing belt. There is no adjustment, either it's right or it's not. You change a timing belt at whatever interval Subaru recommends for your Forester. --Ken
It has a timing belt that must be replaced every 105,000 miles.
The 2007 Subaru Tribeca does have dual timing chains.
The transmission has nothing to do with your timing belt. If your vehicle is equipped with a 2.5l it has a timing belt. If you have a 3.0l it has timing chains. Cheers!
your h6 has a timing chain
No, it has 2 timing chains.....
It would be best to change the timing belt at or before 100k miles.
It has a chain.
The timing belt goes and the valves bend.
On a 2.5 liter engine it is located behind the timing belt cover.My advise, replace the timing belt when you replace the timing belt. It will have to come off anyway.
with your hands...
The 2013 Subaru Outback has a FB25 engine, which uses a timing chain.
In front of the Engine, under the Belt Covers.....
Generally it is recommended replacing the timing belt and water pump on a 4 cylinder Subaru engine at 10 years or 100,000 miles, which ever comes first.