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2008 Forester X Premium 5MT
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The crank pulley is either loose at the crank or the outer ring of the pulley is has separated from the rubber bonding it to the inner portion that is bolted to the crankshaft.

If it is loose, you need to be mindful that the same keyway secures both the timingbelt drive sprocket and the crankshaft pulley.

If the outer ring of the pulley has separated and poved into the timing belt cover check to see if it has rubbed on the timing belt.

After market pulleys(doorman) are about $80 at the autoparts stores
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