The 1993 Subaru Legacy 2.2 liter engine ignition timing is the sequence that allows the engine to run smoothly. The ignition timing is synchronized with the crankshaft position sensor.
Legacy was never available with 1.8 litre motor. Legacy has no distributer. Legacy uses direct ignition. Legacy timing is computer controlled and not adjustable. loyale was only available with 1.8 litre. If you have 1991 subaru and you are sure the motor is 1.8 litre your subaru is a called a Loyal and is a piece of junk that nearly destroyed the subaru name. Get rid of the Loyal and buy a good used Legacy. Yes, make certain you have a Legacy and not the smaller Loyale-- Legacy has a more rounded nose, and Loyale has sharper edges. If you have a Loyale, (or are overseas and have a Loyale motor in a Legacy), the timing setting is approx 20 degrees BTDC if you have fuel injection (single or multiple injectors), or approx 8 degrees if you have a carburetor.
with your hands...
its a good idea yes..
A repair manual
2 plus the timing belt
in with the timing belt change them at the same time
Every 60,000 miles is recommended!
It goes by mileage ....100,000 miles is recommended
there is no such thing as timing belt bearings...... are you posibly thinking of an idler pulley? or cam bearings?
You don't. Timing is adjusted totally automatically by your ECU.
Yes of course it has a EJ25 Interference engine, if the timing belt brakes the pistons and valves will hit each other.
A local library may have the repair manual.