I have had a lot of repairs in the past year and a half on my 2003 outback (well over $5,000). The timing belt just went and I was told I need a new engine by the shop AAA towed to. Looking back at my records I see that Subaru replaced the timing belt in May of 2011. I only put 12,000 miles on the car since then. Is there a warranty on the belt /work? Waiting to hear back from Subaru. I thought timing belts were supposed to last a lot longer. Is there any chance they would replace the engine since the timing belt caused the problem. I really do not want to put more $ into this car. The plan was to get a new car and part out the old car until I realized the timing belt was replaced only 12,000 miles ago at 93,707 miles. I now have 106,459 miles on the car. Would love for Subaru to replace the engine w/o any cost to us. Any chance of that happening? Don't know much about cars. Is there anything that will help our case?