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Old 06-01-2010, 09:28 AM   #1
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I am doing my mom's timing belt on her 2004 outback with the h4 and I want to make sure I am getting everything done at once and correctly while she is in town with her car. I was going to replace the parts using only oem parts. Can I use this link as a guide http://www.scoobymods.com/my01-rs-ti...light=cam+belt

I have done the belt on my 92 legacy with the 2.2 and it looks similar as far a a quick glance goes.

I am going to replace the belt, pump, thermostat, all idler pulleys, tensioner, and the crank seal. I think that is all. Is there anything that I am missing? thanks for the help.

Paul
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Old 06-01-2010, 10:26 AM   #2
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Humm this link used to have a good walk through for the timing replacement but its not working for me and I am not sure if its because I am at work.

http://endwrench.com/images/pdfs/2.5Timing.pdf does not work
give it a shot it may or may not work for you.

Ahh here are the replacement links:
http://endwrench.com/pdf/engine/FtTi...ReplaceF00.pdf for 2.5ltr engine
http://endwrench.com/pdf/engine/FtCamBeltReplaceW01.pdf for 2.2ltr engine
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that did not work.
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that did not work.

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Old 06-01-2010, 02:34 PM   #5
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You are doing the right parts. The install itself is fairly straight forward and really not very different from what you've done in the past. Take your time, if you want more room, pull the radiator since you're going to replace the coolant anyway.

good luck, man.
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This was helpful kind of. My issue is when putting tension on the tensioner it moves and causes everything to be out of time.
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This was helpful kind of. My issue is when putting tension on the tensioner it moves and causes everything to be out of time.
Tensioner probably needs to be replaced.
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No when it tightens everything moved I just did it, I havent cranked it but rotated it a few times seems all good. Well ill find out soon.
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