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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Forester, Impreza, Legacy, Outback, Tribeca, WRX and WRX STI models 2012 and up.
ALL SUBARU BOXER ENGINES
A
Hours: 0.5
VEHICLE KILOMETRES
SERVICE NEEDED
10,000
A
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Inspect axle boot condition
or 6 months
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
including spare
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
B
20,000
or 12 months
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
• Check under body for damage
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Road test
30,000
A
or 18 months
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
• Service battery
40,000
B
or 24 months
B
Hours: 2.3
50,000
A
or 30 months
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Inspect axle boot condition
• Rotate tires and inspect for wear
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
60,000
C
or 36 months
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
including spare
• Check under body for damage
70,000
A
• Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
or 42 months
• Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
• Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Wheel alignment (recommended)*
80,000
B
or 48 months
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
• Road test
• Service battery
90,000
A
or 54 months
C
Hours: 4.0
100,000
D
or 60 months
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
• Rotate tires and inspect for wear
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
110,000
A
or 66 months
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Check under body for damage
including spare
• Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
120,000
C
or 72 months
• Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
• Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
including parking brake
• Replace brake fluid
A
130,000
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
or 78 months
• Service fuel injectors
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Inspect all emission-related hoses
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
140,000
B
• Inspect PCV valve – replace if necessary
or 84 months
• Full battery service and test
• Wheel alignment (recommended)*
• Inspect axle boot condition
• Road test
150,000
A
or 90 months
D
Hours: 4.3 to 5.5
160,000
B
depending on engine size
or 96 months
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
170,000
A
or 102 months
• Rotate tires and inspect for wear
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Check under body for damage
including spare
• Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
180,000
C
or 108 months
• Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
• Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels
• Replace spark plugs
190,000
A
or 114 months
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Replace transmission and differential fluids
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
• Wheel alignment (recommended)*
200,000
D
or 120 months
• Service battery
• Road test
• Inspect axle boot condition
210,000
A
*additional costs may apply
or 126 months
Every 160,000 km/10 years
At 220,000 km/11 years
(whichever occurs first):
(whichever occurs first):
220,000
C
or 132 months
• Perform coolant flush and replace
• Replacement of camshaft drive belts (All turbocharged
engines and H4 naturally aspirated Legacy and Outback)
with Subaru long life coolant
We recommend you check your engine oil level every second fuel fill-up.
Following the periodic inspection and maintenance services prescribed by your Subaru Maintenance Guide is the best way to ensure your Subaru runs smoothly for years to come. Visit your local Subaru dealer to have Subaru Certified Technicians take care of the inspections and maintenance services outlined.
The information contained on this poster is correct at the time of its printing but may change without prior notice.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Forester, Impreza, Legacy, Outback, Tribeca, WRX and WRX STI models 2012 and up.
ALL SUBARU BOXER ENGINES
A
Hours: 0.5
VEHICLE KILOMETRES
SERVICE NEEDED
10,000
A
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Inspect axle boot condition
or 6 months
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
including spare
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
B
20,000
or 12 months
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
• Check under body for damage
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Road test
30,000
A
or 18 months
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
• Service battery
40,000
B
or 24 months
B
Hours: 2.3
50,000
A
or 30 months
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Inspect axle boot condition
• Rotate tires and inspect for wear
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
60,000
C
or 36 months
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
including spare
• Check under body for damage
70,000
A
• Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
or 42 months
• Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
• Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Wheel alignment (recommended)*
80,000
B
or 48 months
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
• Road test
• Service battery
90,000
A
or 54 months
C
Hours: 4.0
100,000
D
or 60 months
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
• Rotate tires and inspect for wear
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
110,000
A
or 66 months
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Check under body for damage
including spare
• Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
120,000
C
or 72 months
• Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
• Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
including parking brake
• Replace brake fluid
A
130,000
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels including both differentials
or 78 months
• Service fuel injectors
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Inspect all emission-related hoses
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
140,000
B
• Inspect PCV valve – replace if necessary
or 84 months
• Full battery service and test
• Wheel alignment (recommended)*
• Inspect axle boot condition
• Road test
150,000
A
or 90 months
D
Hours: 4.3 to 5.5
160,000
B
depending on engine size
or 96 months
• Replace engine oil and filter
• Lubricate all latches, hinges and locks
170,000
A
or 102 months
• Rotate tires and inspect for wear
• Inspect all steering and suspension components
• Inspect tire condition and adjust all tire pressures
• Check under body for damage
including spare
• Test coolant, inspect hoses and clamps
180,000
C
or 108 months
• Remove, inspect and service front and rear brakes
• Inspect engine and cabin air filters – replace if necessary
• Inspect and adjust all fluid levels
• Replace spark plugs
190,000
A
or 114 months
• Inspect operation of all lights, wipers and washers
• Replace transmission and differential fluids
• Inspect and adjust drive belt tension if necessary
• Wheel alignment (recommended)*
200,000
D
or 120 months
• Service battery
• Road test
• Inspect axle boot condition
210,000
A
*additional costs may apply
or 126 months
Every 160,000 km/10 years
At 220,000 km/11 years
(whichever occurs first):
(whichever occurs first):
220,000
C
or 132 months
• Perform coolant flush and replace
• Replacement of camshaft drive belts (All turbocharged
engines and H4 naturally aspirated Legacy and Outback)
with Subaru long life coolant
We recommend you check your engine oil level every second fuel fill-up.
Following the periodic inspection and maintenance services prescribed by your Subaru Maintenance Guide is the best way to ensure your Subaru runs smoothly for years to come. Visit your local Subaru dealer to have Subaru Certified Technicians take care of the inspections and maintenance services outlined.
The information contained on this poster is correct at the time of its printing but may change without prior notice.
SBMP12BI