Hello! I have a 2004 Subaru Outback Legacy, with approx. 105,000 miles on it. I've had it for about three years and drive it quite a bit. I just replaced all four brake pads & rotors, which was the first major repair i've had to do since I bought it. The garage told me at that time that I really need to replace my timing belt as well, which he estimated would cost about $1,000---- I am not that knowledgeable about cars, but this seemed a lot--- several people I know have had their timing belts replaced for around $600. While I was there, the guy who owns the garage had a conversation with one of his mechanics asking him if he "thought he could do what he did to his friend's/cousin's timing belt to mine" / after talking about the mileage on mine, they said I should really do it "this way", meaning it would still cost 1,000. I want to do it the right / safe way---and am planning on getting a second opinion, but just curious what the average price is, and if the mileage / year of my car would or should make a difference. I appreciate any helpful advice! Thanks!