Subaru Service FAQs | Service, Repair, and Maintenance Questions Answered

When it comes to keeping your Subaru at its top level of performance, it's important to know when and how to get it properly serviced. Here at Napleton Subaru, we are here to make sure that all Subarus on the road stay at their top level of performance, as well as provide an easy and stress-free dealership experience when you visit the Service Center at our Dealership. So, in the spirit of making things easier, we've answered a few FAQs for you regarding service.

  

What are the Service Center Hours?

 

Our Subaru Service Center is open 7:00am-6:00pm on Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm on Saturday, and we're closed on Sunday.

 

When should you bring in your Subaru for maintenance?

 

The short answer is whenever your Subaru tells you it needs maintenance. Examples include whenever an indicator light comes on, if any part from the ignition to the brakes is making an unusual noise, or you're left with some damage after an accident. The longer answer is that it depends on which parts or services you want for your vehicle from routine maintenance to transmission repair, and those questions will be answered here.

 

What does routine Subaru tuneup include?

 

A routine tuneup includes the changing of oil, oil filter, and other fluids and filters, as well as an inspection of electrical and engine functions.

 

When should I service my car's transmission?

 

You should get your transmission inspected every three months or 3,000 miles--whichever comes first--primarily to check and change the transmission fluid.


When should I get my brakes checked or replaced?

 

You should get your brakes checked after 12 months, or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. If you're having issues with your Anti-Lock Brake System(ABS) contact our Service Center immediately.

  

When should I repair my car's suspension?

 

You should get your Subaru's suspension maintained at least once every 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first.

 

Schedule Your Appointment with Our Service Center Today

 

While these are just some of the basic guidelines to when and how you should get your Subaru serviced, the right time to get your Subaru serviced is always unique to your driving lifestyle both on-and-off-road. So, if your car is talking to you, or you come off an adventure feeling concerned about something, bring your Subaru to our Service Center today and let us take a look at it. If you want to ask us any specific questions, please feel free to reach out to the trained Subaru technicians at our dealership over the phone today.

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