Remove electric fans Remove timing belt covers Get belt from Subaru (don't use aftermarket belts) Line marks on belt up with marks on crank and cam pulleys Turn engine over by hand two rotations Make sure marks still line up Reassemble While you're in there, good idea to replace the cam and crank seals It's not an easy job, and is best left to a qualified certified Subaru techncian unless you are mechanically inclined (I'd recommend at least getting an owner's workshop manual before attempting it) For a more in-depth guide, see www.subaru-svx.net
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.
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It will take an experience mechanic approximately 8 hours to replace the timing belt in your 1992 Chevy Corsica. The 1992 Chevy Corsica does not have each timing chain, it has a timing belt.
You don't. It has a timing chain
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 cam on this engine is driven by a CHAIN and not a belt. Therefore, It has no timing belt.
Replacing the timing belt is a complicated procedure that is impossible to describe in this small space. The engine in your Subaru is an INTERFERENCE engine. As such if they belt is installed incorrectly and you start the engine you will do damage. I suggest you purchase Haynes or Chiltons repair manual for your car. It will describe in detail with photos how to replace the cam belt.
My dealer told me the 2012 Forester 2.5 (non Turbo) has a timing CHAIN. No belt to replace.
The 2.5 litre four cylinder engine in a 2000 Subaru Forester has a timing BELT
Replace the belt every 60,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine.
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
Remove the timing belt cover. There should be a pully that will ratched in and out to tighten and loosen the belt.
Get a manual on your car from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM.
It has a timing belt that must be replaced every 105,000 miles.
I have a 1992 Camry LE and its a belt
The Maintenance Schedule requires Inspection (and replacement if necessary) of the Camshaft Drive Belt (aka Timing Belt) at every 30,000 miles and Replacement at 105,000 miles.