How do you replace a timing belt on a 1992 Subaru SVX?

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