The All Wheel Drive Auto Blog

Save More On Struts For Your Subaru

Once your Subaru has reached around 100,000 miles one of the things you really want to consider is the Struts. I recently wrote an article highlighting this, which you can read here. Subaru Strut Replacement KYB which is the O.E. supplier for many Subaru Models has brought back their Save on KYB Shock and Strut special they typically do this time of the year offering you $50 prepaid visa card

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Subaru Repair Seattle; Clutch Hydraulic Kit

If you own a Manual Transmission Subaru have you ever Experienced the Clutch pedal not returning to the upright position? This is actually a common problem. On older models there was a TSB for the Clutch Hydraulic hose from the Clutch Master Cylinder to the Clutch Slave cylinder as well as the SlAve Cylinder, we have found that typically when the hose has broken down internally over time, it will

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Subaru Repair Seattle, Don’t Let Your Subaru Overheat!

Pictured below is a cracked cylinder liner on a EJ series 2.5l Subaru This is the danger of driving a Subaru when the temperature gauge does anything but come up to its normal spot and stay there until the drive is over. In a Subaru, I cannot stress enough that if the temp gauge is moving up above its normal postilion, it is overheating, you don’t have to wait for

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Subaru Service Seattle, Another Subaru Airbag Recall

Another Subaru Airbag Recall Subaru Recall # TKB-18 At this time Subaru vehicles registered in Washington State are exempt from this recall. I will add that give the recent history of airbag recalls this could change and become much more broad in nature. You should also make sure that you know the entire history of your Subaru if you purchased it used.  The current recall is region or climate specific,

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I Own A Subaru, Do I Need Snow Tires?

[fbshare url=”https://allwheeldriveauto.com/i-own-a-subaru-do-i-need-snow-tires/” type=”button” width=”100″] Driving your Subaru in the snow, what kind of tires should you have? There are of course going to be many opinions on this, but here is my take. With some facts sprinkled in just for fun. There really is just no substitute for a good set of snow tires, and with the clearances on modern Subaru vehicles not allowing for the use of snow chains

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Subaru Service Seattle, Saturday Subaru Service

Big Changes are coming to All Wheel Drive Auto! Starting February 10th we will be open on Saturdays for Subaru Service & Repair Appointments, as well as retail parts sales. In addition to that, we will be opening earlier and staying open later to make getting to us to service your Subaru more convenient. Starting Monday February 5th our hours will be Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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Subaru Service Seattle: When should I replace the Struts on my Subaru?

When should I replace the Struts on my Subaru?   This question comes up a lot, everyday it seems, and there really isn’t an easy one size fits all kind of an answer.  Struts can develop a leak of the hydraulic fluid and start making noise over bumps or an immediate change in how your Subaru performs may be noticed as well. Struts can also slowly over time start to

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Subaru Service Seattle; Let Us Be Your Second Opinion!

[fbshare url=”https://allwheeldriveauto.com/subaru-service-seattle-let-us-be-your-second-opinion/” type=”button” width=”100″][twitter_follow username=”SUBARUEXPERT” language=”en”] [google_plusone href=”https://allwheeldriveauto.com/subaru-service-seattle-let-us-be-your-second-opinion/” size=”standard” annotation=”none” language=”English (UK)”] The Takata Airbag recall continues to grow for Subaru and other car manufactures as well. This is a much bigger boon for the car maker then you might think.  When you arrive at the Subaru Dealer to have your free recall performed, they will in all cases perform a complimentary inspection and advise you about the list of

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2015 Subaru Impreza WRX & STI SubWoofer Recall

Some owners of the 2015 Model year Subaru Impreza WRX and WRX  STI might be receiving recall notices for all things a speaker. The fix involves checking the wiring to the Subwoofer, installing a retaining clip as needed and replacing any damaged Sub Woofers. If you want to see if your vehicle is affected your best bet is to call 1 800 Subaru 3 or check with your local Subaru

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Subaru Extending The Warranty For Owners With A CVT Transmissions

Subaru is Extending the warranty for Owners of certain Subaru models with the CVT transmission. The extended warranty covers the 2010-15 Legacy and Outback; 2015 Legacy and Outback with 3.6 liter H6; the 2012-15 Impreza; 2013-15 Crosstrek; 2014-15 Crosstrek Hybrid; 2014-15 Forester with 2.5 liter four-cylinder; 2014-15 Forester with turbocharged 2.0 liter four cylinder and 2015 WRX 2.0. In 2014 Subaru issued a  TSB ( Technical Service Bulletin ) Subaru

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