2006 Subaru Impreza Q&A
2006 Subaru Impreza Question: Timing Belt
Changing a timing belt is an involved and complex job that requires significant engine disassembly and setting the proper timing. Changing the water pump almost always makes a lot of sense, since the significant labor cost is the same for both jobs and is much more than the parts. If you have never done a timing belt job before, I'd recommend getting some help. - matte
matte is correct. When you subscribe to this website you get a step by step breakdown of how to remove and install your timing belt. It is the same info that shop owners pay $185 dollars a month for. Only you have access for your car only, for a whole year. I don't work for this company or make any money. It cost $26.95, I'd say money well spent. If you need anymore help e-mail me at email@example.com - backyard tech
...ller leak on the right side). There are 87,000 miles on the car. Does it make sense to get the timing belt + pump replaced now to avoid taking everything apart again at 105k miles, since I am getting t...
...front seal. If one or more seals require replacement, it may be wise to consider replacing the timing belt as well. These seals are commonly inspected and replaced as needed as part of a timing belt se...
...s. I am taking it to my mechanic to have it looked over before I go on a road trip. Besides my timing belt what other maintenance issues should I have my mechanic check at this mileage level?
...of cash to invest into it.. What else should I replace? Any advice for the repair itself? Timing belt, water pump and pulleys done about 4k ago... 5speed manual 2.5 non-turbo.
I've had my car sitting in my drive way for a few years now. I'm considering buying a new battery and getting it up and running for quick errands (5-10 miles). Other than oil, oil filter, air filt...