Subaru of Georgetown Has All Of The Answers To Your Subaru Service Questions

How often do I need to get my oil changed? What does it mean to have your tires rotated? How can I tell that I need to have my wheels realigned? These are all frequently asked questions that Austin drivers have about servicing their Subaru Outback or Crosstrek. Thankfully, we have answered a number of frequently asked questions about Subaru service so all you have to do is drop your Ascent off at our service center.

Like many other Cedar Park drivers, you love your Subaru and know that no other vehicle on the road is like Subaru. You most likely have some questions about when to bring your Subaru in for service and what services you will need and Subaru of Georgetown can answer all of your questions.

  • What is a tire rotation?: Rotating your tires is when our technicians change the location each tire to ensure even tread wear to extend the life of your tires as well as ideal performance.
  • How often do I need to change my oil?: Oil and filter changes may be the most frequent service that your Subaru will need. The old rule of thumb was to have your oil changed every 3,000 miles. Engines have gotten more fuel-efficient and synthetic motor oil lasts longer. Subaru recommends that the oil should be changed roughly 6-8,000 miles depending on your driving habits.
  • How can I tell when my last service was?: Not sure when your last service appointment was? Give our service center a call and we will pull up your account. Or you can easily look it up online.
  • How can I tell when I need to have my brakes serviced?: There are a few ways to tell that your brakes may need to be inspected or replaced. The biggest tell-tail sign that your brakes will need attention is if it takes longer to come to a stop, you feel a vibration when you step on the brake or you head a nasty grinding sound when braking. There are several components to your brakes that could be causing the sound or vibrations and our service team will be able to determine which part will need to be placed.

Be sure to see what other frequently asked questions we have answered about Subaru service. To get your Forester or Impreza in for service just give us a call today or make an appointment online. If you are short on time feel free to swing by our Express Service Lane for minor services like state inspections and light bulb replacements. And don’t forget to see what parts and service specials we are offering to help Georgetown drivers save on their next visit to our service center.

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