timing belt replacement on 2007 Subaru Legacy

When does the timing belt need to be replaced on a 2007 Subaru Legacy with over 57,000. miles on it?

by in Collegeville, PA on October 13, 2009
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ANSWER by on October 13, 2009
Hello, Subaru recommends replacement of the timing belt at the 105,000 mile service or after 8 years. You have a ton of time before you need to replace the belt, however, if for any reason the water pump need to be replaced before then, I would replace the timing belt at that time, it will save you in labor costs. And when you do replace the timing belt, make sure to replace the water pump.
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