Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Lower Rhine, Germany
Car Year: 2010
Car Model: Forester Active 2.0X
Transmission: MT 2x5 - MT with Dual Range reduction
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Many thanks for you fast reply.
The background of my question is the following one:
In the German user manual of my Forester 2010 is listed a mileage of 160000km for all European Foresters to change the timing belt.
That's a little bit less than the 105000miles (105000miles ~169000km) for the American Foresters, but nevertheless it's pretty similar.
But in my German user manual is also listed a mileage of 100000km (~62000miles) for Russian, Israeli and Foresters of other countries than European ones.
That's a remarkable shorter mileage.
Does anyone know the reason for this difference?
By the way: For my previous Forester 2007 was listed a mileage of 105000km (~65000miles) to change the timing belt.
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