Question about Subaru Forester
Honestly your paying to much. Take the time to get other quotes from other mechanics. Call the dealership with your vehicles vin# and have them quote you a price on the clutch kit and also get the part # for the clutch assembly they find you. Then call your local parts store with the dealer part # and see if they can cross reference it for something they can get. A clutch for a subaru shouldn't cost any more than 100-200. Sounds to me like you definitely need a new mechanic.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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