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This is a discussion on 2009 WRX first oil/oil filter/air filter change... within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I was curious about this too. I have 2yrs/24k miles of free oil changes, tire rotation, etc. included with my ...

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    I was curious about this too. I have 2yrs/24k miles of free oil changes, tire rotation, etc. included with my '10 WRX. I wonder how they will try to regulate the oil changes or if they will just approve an oil change every 3,750 miles or what...? Guess I need to look into that!

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    Yeah, so say we all! Nice wings Ashesofthewake.

    Back to issue...Here in Puerto Rico dealers justify high prices by including some services under warranty, and if you push hard, maybe you can get some accesories without adding to the price (I got the STI short shifter).

    The dealer includes all oil and filter changes for the duration of warranty, which is 3 years. But they use the previous schedule of every 7500 miles.

    I told them about the Subaru notice for turbo engines, but they don't acknowledge, and even continue to recommend only at 7500 miles to everyone.

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