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Old 01-18-2024, 11:30 AM   #15
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Still, there are other service actions other than the plugs going on for 60k.
About time to get new brake fluid, check trans and diff.
Check all the bolts are tight.
Get winter air installed in the tires, blinker fluid ...

It's a Subaru. Any shop can do this sort of thing.
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Still, there are other service actions other than the plugs going on for 60k.
About time to get new brake fluid, check trans and diff.
Check all the bolts are tight.
Get winter air installed in the tires, blinker fluid ...

It's a Subaru. Any shop can do this sort of thing.
Trans and diff have already been done twice since owning the car, skipping plugs (thanks for all the info on them!) No bolts have fallen off, brake fluid will be next, along with a coolant flush, just topped off the winter air, and blinker fluid may be low.

I try to do all that I can on my own, but some things I do need help with. And friends with lifts make said items SO much easier!
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