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  • Subaru Maintenance Schedule

    *** This is a general guide provided by Subaru Canada, please check with your car's own manual for maintenance specific to your model
    VEHICLE KILOMETRES SERVICE
    NEEDED
    10,000 or 6 months A
    20,000 or 12 months B
    30,000 or 18 months A
    40,000 or 24 months B
    50,000 or 30 months A
    60,000 or 36 months C
    70,000 or 42 months A
    80,000 or 48 months B
    VEHICLE KILOMETRES SERVICE
    NEEDED
    90,000 or 54 months A
    100,000 or 60 months D
    110,000 or 66 months A
    120,000 or 72 months C
    130,000 or 78 months A
    140,000 or 84 months B
    150,000 or 90 months A
    160,000 or 96 months B
    VEHICLE KILOMETRES SERVICE
    NEEDED
    170,000 or 102 months A
    180,000 or 108 months C
    190,000 or 114 months A
    200,000 or 120 months D
    210,000 or 126 months A
    220,000 or 132 months C
    A
    • Replace engine oil and filter
    • Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures including spare
    • Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
    • Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
    • Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
    • Service battery
    • Inspect axle boot condition
    • Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
    • Inspect all steering and suspension components
    • Check under body for damage
    • Road test
    B
    • Replace engine oil and filter
    • Rotate tires and inspect for wear
    • Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures including spare
    • Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
    • Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
    • Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
    • Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
    • Service battery
    • Inspect axle boot condition
    • Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
    • Inspect all steering and suspension components
    • Check under body for damage
    • Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
    • Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
    • Wheel alignment (recommended)*
    • Road test
    C
    • Replace engine oil and filter
    • Rotate tires and inspect for wear
    • Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures including spare
    • Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes including parking brake
    • Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
    • Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
    • Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
    • Full battery service and test
    • Inspect axle boot condition
    • Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
    • Inspect all steering and suspension components
    • Check under body for damage
    • Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
    • Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
    • Replace brake fluid
    • Service fuel injectors
    • Inspect all emission-related hoses
    • Inspect PCV valve – replace if necessary
    • Wheel alignment (recommended)*
    • Road test
    D
    • Replace engine oil and filter
    • Rotate tires and inspect for wear
    • Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures including spare
    • Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
    • Inspect and adjust all fluid levels
    • Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
    • Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
    • Service battery
    • Inspect axle boot condition
    • Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
    • Inspect all steering and suspension components
    • Check under body for damage
    • Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
    • Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
    • Replace spark plugs
    • Replace transmission and differential fluids
    • Wheel alignment (recommended)*
    • Road test
    †Every 160,000 km/10 years (whichever occurs first):
    • Replacement of camshaft drive belts (All turbocharged engines and H4 naturally aspirated Legacy and Outback)
    ‡At 220,000 km/11 years (whichever occurs first):
    • Perform coolant flush and replace with Subaru long life coolant
    2003 WRB WRX wagon R.I.P.
    2004 WRB STi

  • #2
    The above numbers are for all models 2012 and up. if you have older model you will want to double check with owners manual.
    FYI i just had my A service done (2015 STI) it costed me 170$ after tax at the dealership.
    2006 Cobalt SS 2.4L
    2009 Cobalt SS/TC 2.0L RIP
    2015 WRX Sti WRB

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    • #3
      Originally posted by KingofPoland View Post
      The above numbers are for all models 2012 and up. if you have older model you will want to double check with owners manual.
      FYI i just had my A service done (2015 STI) it costed me 170$ after tax at the dealership.
      I did notice it calls for 10k KM oil changes. I'll just stick by my 5k KM routine. That being said, this is still good information for those who do their own maintenance, and don't know what's involved.

      Also, for an oil change, $170 is a bit steep.
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      • #4
        Here is a link to selecting your specific year and model from Subaru Canada's website.
        https://www.subaru.ca/WebPage.aspx?W...&WebSiteID=282
        2003 WRB WRX wagon R.I.P.
        2004 WRB STi

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