I have a 95 Subaru Legacy Outback. According to a website I was reading, non-interferance design engines can withstand a timing belt break without damage to the engine. If my engine is a 2.2 SOHC engine then it would qualify as a non-interferance type of engine, correct?
Therefore, my questions are:
1) Is this correct that my 95 Subaru Legacy/Outback wagon is a 2.2 SOHC engine (it has the original engine in it)?
2) Does an SOHC engine constitute as a non-interferance type engine?
3) If my belt breaks because of extended use and there is no engine damage would it simply require a new timing belt or additional work? If so what kind of costs would I be looking at?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, March 20th, 2007 AT 6:15 PM