WHAT'S IN A SERVICE


The Importance of Routine Subaru Service and What's Involved



Take care of your Subaru and it will take care of you. It's pretty simple, but when it comes to what's required that's where things can get complicated and depending on who you call you may get wildly varying prices and vague answers as to what is included. More importantly, a common trick that many dealers use involves giving a quote that seems very affordable but without an explanation of what is done. Unfortunately, after dropping your Subaru off for said service you will often get a call presenting a menu of other items that aren't included likely adding up to substantially more than the original quote. We keep it simple. We follow Subaru's recommendations using genuine parts and fluids to keep your warranty intact and your Subaru on the road for years to come. Below you'll find descriptions of the tasks involved for the most common Subaru maintenance intervals.Prices vary by year, model and engine, so please contact us so that we may provide with you an accurate quote.

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OIL AND FILTER SERVICE

  • Replace engine oil and install oil filter
  • Top off all fluid levels
  • Check engine coolant
  • Check cooling system for leaks
  • Check brake wear, belts, and hoses
  • Check pressure in all tires
  • Check exhaust system and lights
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6k MI / MINOR SERVICE

  • Change engine oil and filter
  • Rotate and balance tires
  • Top off all fluid levels
  • Check engine coolant
  • Check cooling system for leaks
  • Check brake wear, belts, and hoses
  • Check exhaust system and lights
  • Test AC system for proper cooling and operation
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30K MI / 90k MI SERVICE

  • Change engine and oil filter
  • Inspect and adjust drive belts
  • Inspect fuel lines
  • Replace air cleaner element
  • Replace cabin filter
  • Inspect clutch system (if applicable)
  • Inspect brake lines
  • Replace brake fluid and flush system
  • Inspect brake linings and drums
  • Inspect suspension components
  • Inspect wheel bearings, axle boots, and joints
  • Rotate and balance tires
  • Check condition and pressure ofspare tire
  • Scan engine control unit fault memory
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60k MI / 120K MI SERVICE

  • Change engine oil and filter
  • Inspect and adjust drive
  • Inspect fuel lines
  • Replace air cleaner element
  • Replace cabin filter
  • Inspect Clutch system (if applicable)
  • Inspect brake lines
  • Replace brake fluid and flush system
  • Inspect brake linings and drums
  • Inspect / adjust parking
  • Inspect suspension components
  • Inspect wheel bearings, axle boots, and joints
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Change differential oil
  • Rotate and balance tires
  • Check condition and pressure of spare tire
  • Scan vehicle control modules and perform necessary software updates as needed