When should I replace the timing belt? on 2007 Subaru Forester

I don't know whether this is necessary to replace it, but the car has 109,000 miles on it, and it's never been done.

by in Claremont, NH on June 21, 2013
1 answer
ANSWER by on June 21, 2013
Check your owners manual. My info says either 105k or 120k. Need specifics of engine to know for sure.
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