Friday, 13 February 2015

Alter The Timing Belt On The 1990 Through 1997 2 2 Subaru Legacy

The manufacturer recommends that the timing cestuses on the 1990 down 1997 2.2 Subaru Legacy be replaced at 60,000-mile intervals. This counselling is based on a recite of the function legend of this specific engine, and the length of eternity it takes for the timing sash to either deteriorate or stretch beyond the limits of drive of the tensioner, causing the cestuses to slip and fail. This engine is considered a freewheeling engine, which process that, in the chance of timing belt failure, the likelihood of engine damage is minimal.


1. Remove the adornment impel belts and the crankshaft pulley bolt and the pulley. Remove the timing-belt covers and sealing gaskets. Turn the crankshaft until the timing aim on the crankshaft sprocket lines up with the purpose on the block, which is straight up. Effect the twin with both camshafts; both marks should be straight up.

4. Install the Car tensioner and push it fully to the exactly, as viewed from the front of the engine, and hand-tighten the bolts to amass it elsewhere of the system. Install the tensioner pulley and spacer and torque the bolt to 32 foot-pounds of torque.

3. Include the Car tensioner in a vice and carefully and slowly compress the push rod back into the protest of the tensioner. It should grip approximately 5 minutes, so that it does not blow elsewhere the seal by miserable it besides blue streak. Once the rod is continuous with the holes in the reason, include a cotter pin wrapped up the holes in the intent and completed the gap in the rod to cache it from extending until installed.

2. Loosen the auto tensioner bolts. Remove the three cicerone pulleys, the timing cestuses and the tensioner pulley and spacer. Remove the Car tensioner bolts and the tensioner.

5. Install the region manage pulley on the left side top of the belt, as seen from the front of the engine, and torque to 32 foot-pounds of torque. Make sure all timing marks are aligned. Install the timing belt starting at the crankshaft; working counterclockwise, make sure the belt is tight on the non-tensioned side.

6. Align the white match marks on the belt to the timing marks on the sprockets, with the arrow pointing in the direction of rotation. Install the two bottom belt guides and torque to 32 foot-pounds of torque.

7. Loosen the tensioner bolts and use a screwdriver to pry the auto tensioner fully to the left, toward the tensioner pulley, and torque the bolts to 20 foot-pounds of torque. Remove the cotter pin and allow the tensioner to apply tension to the belt.

8. Install all components in reverse order of removal and torque the crankshaft bolt to 76 foot-pounds of torque.