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What would happen if the timing belt on one side was foo two teeth?
Would the car run at all? would there be damage to the engine?
2002 Sub outback 2.5 engine

thanks for the help
 

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it would run like crap.
it probably would not damage the engine if you used the correct timing marks and were 2 teeth off on a cam. but if you used the arrows instead of the correct hash marks, and were 2 teeth off you could be in trouble.
 

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You need to pick one of your two threads you've started on this issue. Two posts about the same issue is only going to confuse things.
 

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Meh.
I has wagons.
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Yup. So, I'll close this one.
 
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