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What tools are needed to replace the timing gear in the 1993 Subaru impreza?

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2006-02-05 07:05:46
2006-02-05 07:05:46

Same ones for a timing belt replace. Once the timing belt is off, the center crank gear just pulls off, and the outer cam gears pull off once the single center bolt is removed.

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