get a pro to help
GO TO LEGACY GT .COM FOR THE COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS
It's a pretty involved job and if you need to ask on here you might be better off getting someone else to do it. I'm speaking from experience here.
I have no clue, but it sounds tricky
with a cutting torch
Not worth the effort and expense
in with the timing belt change them at the same time
I'd really like to know
About every three thousand miles.
Get a turkey baster to syphon brake fluid out of master cylinder resevoir Re-fill master cylinder with new brake fluid Bleed brakes Longest line to shortest
4.2 w/ filter
it's underneath ^^ no kidding you idiot. the question is how to change, not where is it?
If you need step by step instrucions, then you need to purchase a repair manual for your car at most Auto Parts Stores.
5 quarts dry engine - 4.5 quarts for an oil change.
Remove the glovebox and brace. The blower motor is mounted there with 3 screws
The 2006 Legacy license plate bulb is accessed by removing the liner in the trunk and un screwing the plastic socket.
Lets Think Harder Please. Take It To The Shop
the motor will bolt up, compression ratio will change unless you get a cometic head gasket that is matching for both.
i found mine it is on the left side in the back of the engine on top of the trans
2 hours with a coffee break. 45 minutes if ambitious.
See your user manual, its great for help with all the basic maintenance
Sorry, but it won't. Subaru's changed their headlight shape every 3 years or so. They made a change around April 1997, so the one's before that are different from the ones after.
there is no such thing as timing belt bearings...... are you posibly thinking of an idler pulley? or cam bearings?