Lighter materials have made it to some Subaru car bodies, and here is
how we’re going to work with them.
Tips in this issue include Subaru of America’s policies regarding the use of coolant flushing machines and additives; differences in gear oil specifications; ATF information; wheel lug nut torque and a list of recently-issued Subaru Service Bulletins.Read More
Subaru has developed a new, technically-advanced 3.6L engine for the 2008 Tribeca. This new engine paves the way for future Subaru engines. Here’s the basic technical information and tips you’ll want to know to service the new powerplant.Read More
If you haven’t journeyed into the realm of selling and installing Subaru Performance Tuning parts, you’re missing a great way to increase your profits and create new business opportunities.Read More
The foundation of all brake functions is still the hydraulic system. In order to fully understand the highly-technical systems built into Subaru brakes, you must first understand the operation of the basic hydraulic components.Read More
From now on, all new passenger cars and light trucks sold in the U.S. will be equipped with tire pressure monitor systems. Here’s a look at TPMS in Subaru vehicles and what to do when the warning light comes on.Read More
Timing belt inspection and replacement are critical to safeguarding the life of every modern Subaru engine. Here’s a step-by-step look at these important procedures.Read More