When should i replace my timing belt and water pump?
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This is a discussion on When should i replace my timing belt and water pump? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Hey guys I got a 2008 Impreza (non wrx) and I was wondering how many miles do i need to ...

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    When should i replace my timing belt and water pump?

    Hey guys I got a 2008 Impreza (non wrx) and I was wondering how many miles do i need to have on my car before i should be looking at replacing the timing belt/water pump. I know my camry was something like 120k but I dont know if the Subaru is the same. I did some google searches but i couldnt find a solid answer so i figured i ask the experts!

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    100k miles. I say that because the shop owner I consulted told me he has seen a couple of timing belt failures at 110k miles.

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