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I own 4 Subarus. A 95,97,02 and a 14. The first two are 2.2 and the last two 2.5.
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The price you would be charged depends on how much you replace in addition to the timing belt. Most on this board think that you should replace all the following: belt, idlers, tensioner, water pump, thermostat, and crank and cam seals. This is an interference engine, and you don't want any of these parts to fail over the next 105kmiles.

If you do it yourself, and buy most of the parts OEM equivalent on ebay, about $300. Dealer cost, well, I would hate to guess.
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