This is a discussion on Doing maintenance with mods(warranty?) within the Everyday Impreza Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by disqimation Sorry to repeat myself, but does anyone know of a mod friendly dealer in southern California? ...
Los angeles, I'm willing to drive a bit.
Sorry, no idea where in LA area. But I''m sure someone else here can chime in.
But if you're ever in Orange County. South Coast Subaru. Mod friendliest dealer ever.
But if it's just an oil change why not go to a reputable Subie specialist?
Good to know, I actually commute through oc once a week.
I paid for maintenance up front when I purchased the car, it came with 5 oil changes and 3 maintenence visits. I'm guessing the maintenence visits mean fluids and spark plugs?
Spark plugs aren't due for 60K.
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My opinion on this is if you are going to mod then you accept the risk that you could f your car up. If you don't want to f your car up and have subaru cover the bill if it does then you shouldn't be modding. If you are modding you are accepting the risk of something going wrong. Don't try to hide that you are modding your car. It is the risk we take.
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If you are that concerned then look up what is due in the maintenance schedule and do it yourself. Make sure you use a Subaru OEM oil filter. Keep your receipts and document the mileage. Or buy the parts and get a non-OEM garage you know and trust to do it.