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The Subaru Car Service
schedule changed in the year 2000 in that the Subaru cambelt
first service was due at 60k miles instead of the 45,000 miles
previously. This meant that the first cambelt
change now coincided with the Subaru major service (instead of
the 45K interim service previously) leading to a hefty bill
at only 60000 miles (over £750 by today's rates at some
garages). Subaru cambelt replacement at every 50,000 mile Subaru service on 2001- turbo models and Subaru cambelt replacement at every 60,000 mile non turbo Subaru service. 2008 on Subaru models the Cambelt change is at 66,000 miles whether it is Subaru Turbo Service or Subaru Non Turbo Service.
The Subaru service schedule was changed again
in 2001 when the Subaru service intervals became 10,000 miles
apart instead of 7,500 miles and the Subaru cambelt service was due every 50,000
miles. This meant that the Subaru service was now cheaper
needing a service only every 10,000 miles but
also that the cambelt service at 50,000 miles once again
coincided with an interim service and the brake fluid change was moved from the C service to the B service thus spreading the
costs more evenly, however many Subaru owners prefer to follow the original Subaru service schedule of the classic cars at least for the engine oil changes every 7500 miles and for highly tuned cars every 3500-4000 miles.
The non turbo Subaru foester and Subaru Lecacy servicing was changed to 12000 mile intervals in 2003.
2008 2009 Subaru models the Cambelt change interval is at 66,000 miles
Subaru Servicing - Servicing your Subaru Impreza, Subaru cambelt change, subaru cambelt replacement, Subaru Forester & Subaru legacy, Subaru Servicing, Newbury Subaru servicing carried out at 7500 and 10000 mile intervals. Newbury, South England Subaru Service hampshire,Subaru Service wiltshire,Subaru Service oxfordshire, Subaru Service Bucks, Subaru Service surry, Subaru Servicing Service your Subaru Impreza Legacy Forester We service your Subaru Impreza, Subaru Legacy and Subaru Forester. 2008- Subaru models the Cambelt change is at 66,000 miles
We value our reputation and our committed aim is always to provide Subaru customers with unrivalled service both before and after. We encourage and welcome feedback and are constantly striving to excel.
Subaru warranty is protected by European law, known as "Block Exemption", changed in 2003 which means that Independent Garages can carry out Subaru service without making your Subaru warranty invalid.
A Subaru service ensures that your car has its warranty protected as we only use parts which are "Original Equipment" or (OE) quality standard.
All Subaru service books are stamped on every Subaru service we do - also each Subaru service carries a 12 month Parts and Labour Guarantee.
The Subaru oxygen sensor's voltage signal is monitored by the onboard engine management computer to regulate the fuel mixture. When the computer sees a rich signal (high voltage) from the O2 sensor, it commands the fuel mixture to go lean. When the computer receives a lean signal (low voltage) from the O2 sensor, it commands the fuel mixture to go rich. Cycling back and forth from rich to lean averages out the overall air/fuel mixture to minimize emissions and to help the catalytic converter operate at peak efficiency (which is necessary to reduce hydrocarbon (HC), carbon monoxide (CO) and oxides of nitrogen (NOx) levels even further).
Unless otherwise instructed the following oils will be used :
Engine: Motul 15W/50 Double Ester Base Fully Synthetic
Non Turbo Cars:
Engine: Motul 10W/40 Semi Synthetic
All services include Fuel System Cleaner.
All services up to 60K include engine oil flush and fuel system cleaner
unless otherwise instructed.
Between Subaru services it is recommended that you regularly check the engine oil, coolant, brake, clutch and windscreen washer levels. You should also check tyre pressures and ensure all lights and indicators are fully functional.
Note: during the new vehicle "running-in period" - the first 3000m (5,000km), it is normal for engines to consume increased engine oil - this obviously means it is even more important to check and maintain fluid levels in the early stages of new vehicle ownership or engine rebuild.
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