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NOTE: This is for 02-05 Impreza WRX TURBO and STI. 2006 MY differs slightly.

3,750 Mile Service

Also at 11,250/ 18,750/ 26,250/ 33,750/ 41,250/ 48,750/ 56,250/ 63,750/ 71,250/ 78,750/ 86,250/ 93,750/ 101,250

1. Replace engine oil and filter
2. Top off and check all fluids
3. Adjust tire pressure

7,500 Mile Service
Also at 22,500/ 37,500/ 52,500/ 67,500/ 82,500/ 97,500

1. Includes 3,000 Mile Service
2. Rotate and inspect tires

15,000 Mile Service
Also at 45,000/ 75,000/ 105,000

1. Includes 7,500 Mile Service
2. Inspect brake pads and discs
3. Inspect front and rear axel boots
4. Inspect axel shaft joint portions
5. inspect brake lines
6. Inspect parking brake and brake system
7. Inspect clutch operation (if applicable)
8. Inspect Steering and suspention

30,000 Mile Service
Also at 90,000

1. Includes 15,000 Mile Service
2. Replace engine coolant
3. Inspect cooling system, hoses and connections
4. Replace fuel filter
5. Inspect fuel system, hoses and connections
6. Replace engine air filter
7.Inspect cabin (pollen) filter (if applicable)
8. Replace spark plugs (EXCLUDES 3.0L and turbo models)
9. Replace transmission/ differental (front and rear) lubricants
10. Replace automatic transmission fluid (if applicable)
11. Replace brake fluid
12. Inspect brake linings and drums
13. Replace PCV valve
14. Inspect and service battery and terminals

60,000 Mile Service

1. Includes 30,000 Mile Service
2. Replace spark plugs (INCLUDES 3.0L and turbo models)
3. Replace spark plug wires
4. Inspect front and rear wheel bearings
5. Replace wiper blades
6. Replace drive belts
7. Replace power steering fluid

105,000 Mile Service

1. Includes 15,000 Mile Service
2. Replace camshaft (timing) belt
3. Replace front engine cam and crank seals
4. Inspect coolant (water) pump
 

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Service Prices

Ok this is what the local dealerships around my way charge
Prices may vary but shouldnt be to far off

Prices are the same for non-turbo,turbo and 3.0l engines unless noted other wise
3,750- 26.95
7,500- 49.95
15,000- 59.95
30,000- 399.95 (turbo/3.0l 359.95)
60,000- 629.95
105,000- 619.95
 

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Additional Services

Again prices may vary but shouldnt be to far off


Lube, Oil and Filter Change 24.95
Synthetic Oil and Filter Change 49.95
Tire Rotation 14.95
Tire Rotation and Balance 29.95
Four Wheel Alignment 79.95
Front Brake Pads** 179.95*
Rear Brake Pads** 179.95*
Engine Coolant Flush 54.95
Cabin (Pollen) Air Filter 79.95
Transmission Service 99.95
Brake Flush 54.95
Replace Drive Belts 109.95
Battery Replacement 124.95

*Additional Charges for Some Vehicles
** Includes Brake Rotor/ Shoe Resurfacing
 

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ok i finished my updating
 

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Nice list man i will print that out and take it in with me when i go for m 90k

Thanks
 

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Nice list Ralph. I've been keeping up with most of my maintenance like the obvious oil changes and tire rotations. I've changed my tranny/diff fluid every 30K also. However, I've only changed my fuel filter and PCV valve once. :whoa:
One other thing I noticed that I need to address is the power steering fluid. I have almost 85K and I've never changed it. Is it difficult? Know of any write-ups?
Thanks again.

psycho
 

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Nice list Ralph. I've been keeping up with most of my maintenance like the obvious oil changes and tire rotations. I've changed my tranny/diff fluid every 30K also. However, I've only changed my fuel filter and PCV valve once. :whoa:
One other thing I noticed that I need to address is the power steering fluid. I have almost 85K and I've never changed it. Is it difficult? Know of any write-ups?
Thanks again.

psycho
thanks man... my dealership told me that the fuel filter is one of thoes parts that dont need to be serviced... i dont know if they were lieing or what... but i change mine every 30k. pcv valve i also change every 30k... its pretty simple but you have to remove the tmic if u have one

for the power steering fluid all i do is use something like a turkey baster and suck as much of it out as i can... mabye someone else will chime in and has a better way
i know with the power steering stuff u dont want any air in the lines
 

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Interesting. I went onto mysubaru.com to look this up and I noticed a discrepancy. The schedule, as on the chart you link to, is an oil change at 3,000 miles then at 7,500, 15,000, 22,500 (ie 7,500 mile intervals) etc. But when you select a preferred dealer then the schedule changes to the dealer's recommended schedule. All of a sudden, oil changes are listed at 3,750 mile intervals (as you have listed)!
They justify this by claiming it's some sort of "locally adjusted" schedule to account for varying conditions. I'd bet good money that every dealer in the country recommends oil changes at twice the manufacturer's rate because of "local conditions"...
 

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Nice list Ralph. I've been keeping up with most of my maintenance like the obvious oil changes and tire rotations. I've changed my tranny/diff fluid every 30K also. However, I've only changed my fuel filter and PCV valve once. :whoa:
One other thing I noticed that I need to address is the power steering fluid. I have almost 85K and I've never changed it. Is it difficult? Know of any write-ups?
Thanks again.

psycho
I'm pretty much in the same boat. Quick question on the fuel filter for everybody......I have heard that on the 05's it is connected to the fuel pump, inside the tank. Is this correct? I have looked for replacement filters and all i can ever find is the one for an 02/03. Any ideas?
 

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I'm pretty much in the same boat. Quick question on the fuel filter for everybody......I have heard that on the 05's it is connected to the fuel pump, inside the tank. Is this correct? I have looked for replacement filters and all i can ever find is the one for an 02/03. Any ideas?
yes it is inside of the fuel tank and is connected to the fuel pump... i ordered mine from jscspeed.com
i think it was like 10 bucks
 

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Interesting. I went onto mysubaru.com to look this up and I noticed a discrepancy. The schedule, as on the chart you link to, is an oil change at 3,000 miles then at 7,500, 15,000, 22,500 (ie 7,500 mile intervals) etc. But when you select a preferred dealer then the schedule changes to the dealer's recommended schedule. All of a sudden, oil changes are listed at 3,750 mile intervals (as you have listed)!
They justify this by claiming it's some sort of "locally adjusted" schedule to account for varying conditions. I'd bet good money that every dealer in the country recommends oil changes at twice the manufacturer's rate because of "local conditions"...
im really not sure... i use amsoil signature series 0w-30 and it says i can go 17,500 miles b4 changing the oil... i usually only go about 8-10k tho
 

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im really not sure... i use amsoil signature series 0w-30 and it says i can go 17,500 miles b4 changing the oil... i usually only go about 8-10k tho
I hope your changing the filter at least once durring that OIC period.
 
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