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    90,000 service????

    Ok i have a dumb question, i am about to hit 90,000 mile on my wrx and i wanna do the 90,000 service. How hard and what will i spend in the parts and labor or will it be easier to do it? and what place could i get/order the parts for it? Last question what exactly do i need for 90,000 mile service. All the help will be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mario041012 View Post
    Ok i have a dumb question, i am about to hit 90,000 mile on my wrx and i wanna do the 90,000 service. How hard and what will i spend in the parts and labor or will it be easier to do it? and what place could i get/order the parts for it? Last question what exactly do i need for 90,000 mile service. All the help will be appreciated.
    Haha you asked;

    How much will it cost?
    Where can I spend that money?

    And oh btw what do I need to do? I'm sorry I can't help. That made me chuckle though did you check your owners manual? Or google 90,000 mile service 2007 WRX?

    Here check this link bub

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=2007+WRX+%20maintenance+schedule
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    Do only and specifically what is listed in your owner's manual. I would add the ancillary belts unless you want to wait until 105K, when they must be removed anyway. I did them at 90 or so on mine, and I used authentic Subaru parts to avoid squeaking belts etc. For the spark plugs get the model # from the owner's manual, and buy them anywhere; you could save maybe $15 that way. Use a DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid IMO, use regular Valvoline 75W-90 gear oil, any synthetic motor oil you prefer from 0W-30 to 10W-50 in your area (except Amsoil, their marketing and sales strategy is tasteless), any filters of good quality. You can DIY a HEPA filter for the passenger compartment (behind the glove box). Also service the battery, it's not getting any younger.

    Expect $200+ in parts, excluding a battery if necessary. There is a DIY for changing the spark plugs, see if you're game. The rest is easier, except you'll need a friend to pump the brakes for you to swap brake fluid. Use jack stands, never get under a car not supported on proper jack stands as the jack is unsafe. Enjoy.
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