Subaru Vehicle Maintenance
Subaru Vehicle Maintenance
When it comes to prolonging the life of your Subaru, you want to make sure that you're keeping up on its maintenance. Finding the right place to service your Subaru is as Simple as visiting Our team at Subaru of Moncton. We are here to help, and we're the preferred local Subaru dealership that provides vehicle maintenance in Dieppe, NB.
When Should You Service Your Subaru?
Regularly checking and servicing your vehicle can help keep it running smoothly. To help take the guesswork out of this, you can check out your model's reference guide. It will help remind you when to get specific components of your Subaru checked out, such as fluids, belts, brakes, and more. In addition, it will tell you when to check it, either in months of ownership or kilometres driven; whichever event comes first. Even if your vehicle is sitting, some of the components will still wear out over time, and it's good to keep up on the maintenance.
Check Engine Light
If the check engine light comes on in your Subaru, it can mean a range of issues. Some other warning lights that may appear deal with the oil, brake system, battery, and other vital components. While you may be able to drive with some of these warnings for a while, it can cause damage in the long term. So whenever you see one of these warning messages, you should bring your vehicle in for a diagnostic so that we can figure out what's wrong and get it fixed with Genuine Subaru parts.
The summer and winter are two seasons that can put added strain on your Subaru. In the summertime, you should check all of the vents to make sure they're working correctly along with the radiation and cooling system. If you notice that the AC temps or other systems aren't working correctly, you should bring it in for an inspection. It's also an excellent time to check the windshield wipers to see if they need to be replaced.
If you live in a colder region, switching out the windshield washer fluid for a winter version can help ensure that your view stays clear. The engine coolant may also need to be switched out with something that can handle temps up to -35 C. There are also winter-rated wipers that you can get for added safety.
Regardless of the season, it's also good to check the condition of the engine oil. It's recommended to check every 2,000km or after every second fill-up to help keep your Subaru running smoothly.
Why Use Subaru Genuine Parts?
While 3rd party or after-market parts may be cheaper, they may not fit appropriately in your Subaru. Some also don't have the same longevity as a factory-installed part either. However, you have the added peace of mind when you use Genuine Subaru parts installed by technicians trained at a Subaru facility.
If you purchase a new Subaru, a range of warranties is included depending on the model. The New Vehicle Limited Warranty typically covers you for the first three years or 60,000 km (whichever occurs first). If there are any defects or issues that come up from driving your Subaru, you can bring it in to get it fixed at no cost to you. If the problem stems from an accident, we can work with you to get your Subaru repaired.
Subaru of Moncton Service Centre
When your Subaru vehicle needs service, bring it into Subaru of Moncton. We are a certified Subaru Service Centre that uses genuine Subaru parts so that you have the peace of mind that the right people are on the job. Each member of our service team is knowledgeable on servicing Subaru models to help get you back on the road faster and worry-free.