Should I take my car in for the 26,000 mile checkup?
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    Should I take my car in for the 26,000 mile checkup?

    I really need to take my car in for the checkup from Subaru.. but I'm really afraid about takin it to the dealer. I took my car in a few months ago for a dead clutch and I had a BOV/cat-back on.. and they still did the work. Now I'm catless with a turbo.. that's basically all they will see. Do you think they would void the warranty? What is all of your experiences with this?
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    If you take it in...they graciously point out things like no cat...and so on.

    It doesn't sound like you're taking it in for warranty work anyway...

    I would say...don't bother wasting your money and a quick check up.

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