Subaru Forester Service Schedule PA

Subaru Forester Service Schedule PA

Whether you have just bought a Forester or have had it for a little while, we are sure you want to keep it for a long time, and the best way to do this is regular maintenance. Regular maintenance can improve its performance and increase its longevity. In addition, there are key mileage intervals when you should perform specific maintenance items. The service team at Reedman-Toll Subaru has put together the list of what maintenance should be completed and when.

3,000 Miles

Once you have driven your Forester 3,000 miles or have owned it for three months, you will want to replace the oil and oil filter and have your tires rotated. It is also good to have all the fluids checked and top off if low. When you have your Forester serviced by the factory-certified technicians at Reedman-Toll Subaru, you will receive a complete multi-point inspection to give you a better idea of items that may require service in the future.

7,500 Miles

You have just rolled 7,500 miles on your Foresters odometer, it is an excellent time to have another oil change done, and your tires rotated and reset tire pressure. Now is also a perfect time to have the brakes inspected and adjusted parking brakes. Having your battery tested and belts and hoses checked are also good.

15,000 Miles

At 15,000 miles, it is recommended that you have the emissions system checked. Make sure that brake pads and discs are working correctly. An inspection of your Forester's axle shaft, the front, and rear axle boots, and the suspension and steering components. Most drivers overlook the cabin air filter, but it is responsible for cleaning the air within your cabin, so it should be changed every 15,000 miles.

30,000 Miles

You have reached 30,000 miles on your Forester, congrats. Now is a good time for another oil and filter change and to have your tires rotated and pressure checked. Be sure to check the brake lines and parking brake operation and service the braking system. It would be best to replace the spark plugs (on non-turbo models), engine coolant, and the PVC valve. Top off the automatic transmission fluid and the front and rear differential oil and gear oil. These maintenance items should be Performed these services at 30,000 and 90,000 miles.

60,000 Miles

At this point, you should have all of the above maintenance items replaced and inspected along with a few others, like having the automatic transmission serviced and changing the gear oil. You should also have the camshaft belt, drive belt, and rear wheel bearings inspected and repaired if needed.

Subaru Service Center Near Me

The next time your Subaru Forester needs routine maintenance, or an effective service performed, stop by Reedman-Toll Subaru's service center. The most advanced Subaru technical instructors have trained our service teams. Our service department is equipped with specialized tools to help ensure accurate diagnosis and repair. Plus, we always use genuine Subaru parts for trusted performance. You can schedule your service appointments with us online or by calling 888-435-3394.

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