When you think your timing is off and you go to replace the belt, make sure you check your tensioner pulley before you go and buy the timing blet. dont make the same mistake i did. I wasted 100$ on my mechanic to fix a problem that didnt need to be fixed, my problem was my timing tensioner pulley and all the other pulleys needed to be replaced instead of a 300$ fix with the labor its now a 450$ fix including the labor that wasnt needed in the first place.
My cars timing is off by a inch it starts but runs rough real rough and only goes into first gear. its a 91 legacy wagon l