First Major Subaru Maintenance at 30,000 Miles in Columbus, OH

Subaru 30,000 Miles Service in Columbus, OH

Maintenance is easy to forget about- particularly vehicle maintenance. But while forgetting to maintain your kitchen only results in more dirty dishes, neglecting your vehicle’s maintenance can lead to you breaking down on the side of the road on a hot and humid summer day. And unlike a dirty kitchen, a broken down car isn’t always easily or quickly remedied. Instead, it can lead to you being late for work, missing your child’s dance recital, or accidentally standing up your date. A sudden breakdown can ruin your day, or even your week, but it doesn’t have to happen to you.

You don’t need to be a mechanic to prevent this from happening to you. All you need to do is follow Subaru recommended maintenance schedule, and you should be able to avoid being stranded on that hot summer day.  Doing this will ensure that your Subaru will keep you safe and on the road for longer. If you’ve recently purchased a Subaru, or if you’ve been driving one for a while, it might be time to schedule some routine maintenance.

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30,000 Miles for Your First Check In

Subaru suggests your first major maintenance service at 30,000 miles. Normal driving and use naturally wears on cars, and this wear can show in areas like drive belts, rubber hoses, and various connectors. These services don’t guarantee that your car won’t ever break down unexpectedly, but the more attention you pay to maintenance, the less likely it is that your vehicle leaves you stranded.

Please note, some services are recommended before the 30,000 mile mark. Subaru suggests oil changes and tire rotations every 6,000 miles. At every 12,000 miles, it is recommended that you have the brake system and lines inspected, as well as the steering and suspension, and that you replace the air filter. These services are typically best performed by certified technicians at an authorized Subaru dealer like Byers Airport Subaru.

What All Is Done

During the first major maintenance service for your Subaru, it will be fully inspected. In addition to the standard oil change and tire rotation, your service will feature:

  • Drive Belt Inspection
  • Fuel Systems, Lines, and Connections Inspection
  • Air Cleaner Element Replacement
  • Cooling Systems, Hoses, and Connections Inspection
  • Brake Fluid and Clutch Fluid (If Applicable) Change
  • Transmission Gear Oil Inspection (Excluding the Subaru BRZ)
  • Front and Rear Differential Fluid Inspection (Excluding the Subaru BRZ)

Your service may also feature a brake line and systems inspection, a steering and suspension inspection, and a cabin air filter replacement, although it is suggested that these services be performed at 24,000 miles and not be delayed until the 30,000 mile service interval.

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Service You Can Trust

Subaru takes your safety very seriously, and they have the industry leading awards to prove it. But did you know that recommended maintenance is a big part of your safety on the road? Your vehicle will naturally wear down over time, but if you keep up with Subaru suggested maintenance schedule and bring it into a trusted Subaru dealership like Byers Airport Subaru, then your vehicle will continue to safely perform at its highest potential. Byers Airport Subaru has been servicing and selling automobiles to the Columbus area since 1957 with a uniquely dedicated staff that recently earned the 2021 Subaru Love Promise Customer Care and Continuity Award. That’s a dealership staff that you can count on for all of your automotive needs.