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I have a 2008 Subara Impreza. When should i change the timing belt? Do i also need to change the cogs, tension bars and water pump??
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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Yes. You cannot see the water pump because it is in position to be driven by the timing belt. Always replace then together.
Subaru recomend every 60,000 miles but should be changed evry time major work eg. changing water/oil pump, head gasket ect Peter from newcastle, mechanic for 8 years
If you change the timing belt, I would replace water pump as well. Unless it's not working I would not replace it....
Water pump is located behind the timing belt cover and is driven by the timing belt. The thermostat is located on the bottom of the engine. Remove the two 10mm bolts from the plastic housing that the lower rad hose is connected to.
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looking for info on locating water pump and timing belt on 99 subaru outback 2.5 liter motor, hopefully with a diagram...thank you
if you follow the lower radiator hose toward the engine, the thermostat housing is located at the end closest to the motor. I would HIGHLY recomend having a reputable shop change it, the bolts VERy commonly break in subarus, than you have to replace the whole water pump, which also includes a timing job.
Water appearing to be coming from the center of the enginge may be a leaking water pump. When the water pump begins to fail, water runs from behind the timing belt cover which may seem to be comming from the center of the engine. Hope this helps. Claude
No you don't have to , but it is a smart thing to do. It takes quite a bit to get down that far and you might as well do it as you should have around 100K on the pump when you are replacing the timing belt.
water pump on this 3.0 is driven with the timing belt. it is internal water pump you will have to set your timing before you start replace your timing belt if it is worn out.
The water pump is located in the timing set up behind the timing cover its a good idea to replace the timing belt when u replace the water pump
in with the timing belt change them at the same time
the water pump is located underneath the timing belt cover and requires that the timing belt be removed in order to replace it as it is driven by the timing belt.
You do not have to change the timing belt to replace the water pump. You do have to remove the timing belt cover to be able to access the bolts that hold the water pump on.
How do you replace timing chain & water pump on a2001 Chevrolet cavalier
Replace the water pump and the timing belt.
The water pump is driven by the timing belt under the timing cover. It would be no more labor to replace the timing belt at the same time.They will only last about 90k and you could do both at the same time.To replace the water pump you have to take the timing belt off and drain the cooling system.Then, the new water pump is bolted on and the standard procedure is to replace the timing belt at that time.
if i replace the water pump i have to do the timing bell
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.
I have a 1997 Toyota Camry. It is leaking anti-frezze. I need to replace the water pump. Do I have to remove and replace timing belts too?
ca20? remove all the belts, water pump pulley, underdrive pulley, timing chain cover and timing belt and the water pump is accessible. I would replace the timing belt too.