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Want to know what the 75,000 mile service is on a 2001 Subaru Outback.

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I would have your oil filter changed with oil filter, air filter, replace spark plugs, have all your fluids checked( front and rear diff, tranny fluid, coolant, ) normally if you go to a shop they will have package systems with all or most of these items. if i were you i'd call around and see which shop around you has the best deals

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Can a 2001 Subaru Outback take an aftermarket stock clutch or do you have to go with a Subaru clutch only? fighting clutch chatter two clutches in two months after orignal clutch lasted 130k miles?


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My 2001 Subaru Outback doesn't show a transmission dipstick. The manual has a diagram but there's no dipstick there. It just started kicking between gears, 1. Where's the dipstick? 2. How many miles can I...


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When should I have transmission fluids flushed/replaced on my 2001 Subaru Outback Legacy? I have 89,000 miles, and have done all the other recommended maintenance steps.


Every vehicle mfg. has a recommended about of miles to do this. It should be in your owners manual.
Every tech has a different answer for this as well, but the mileage it has now is about the time to do it.
I would have a reliable auto center, flush, change filter and re-fill.
They have the special equipment to do it right.
Get a few estimates first.
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Want to know what maintenance is needed for 2001 Subaru Outback for 120,000 miles.


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technically it is a 2002 (first year or outback) it is in the engine compartment next to the brake master cylinder

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I am looking at buying a 200 Subaru Outback


Thats not many miles for a Subaru. The only thing that really ever seems to cause problems with Subaru motors is the Head gaskets. But, with proper maintanance they last a long time. If caught at first sign of trouble repair is not alot of money. I have 3 Subaru's with over 200000 on them and I will take them against anything. Maintance is the key to repair problems. Subaru parts are not expensive and easily available. It will probobly be another story of buying a Subaru and never buying another car other than that. Good luck and have a great day.

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