Yes, I have a 2005 Outback with LOW mileage. Only 36,000 - really. Very easy life for the car.
I realize that by age alone the timing belt should be replaced.
From a pragmatic point-of-view, does this really makes sense?
I do know a broken belt can cause mega damage but I am a bit queasy about spending a lot of money to perform un-needed maintenance.
If the vote is yes, should all the other related things be replaced too like tensioner and water pump too?
Thanks for the help.