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Old 03-14-2008, 08:21 PM   #1
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my 02 is comming up on 90k how much would i be looking at having the dealer ship take this on. i know i have to have the timing belt and the other belts changed, spark plugs, fuel filter, injectors need cleaning and brakes,at this time what else should i have done to the car while its in the shop?
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Old 03-14-2008, 08:35 PM   #2
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Flushing the fluids out and replacing them with fresh wouldn't be a bad idea. Also, since you're getting the timing belt done, I'd recommend also replacing the water pump (since it's timing driven), the TB tensioner, the front main seal, the cam seals (if they're leaking), and the idler pullies, since a problem with any one of them and you'll be tearing the front of your engine down again to fix it.

Also, I'm not sure if the WRXs are a coil-on-plug setup or not (I don't get to work on many at my shop, and my Impreza doesn't have a turbo), but if it's not you might want to replace the spark plug wires when the plugs are changed. Also, replace the valve cover gaskets if there's oil on the plug boots, since it's a common fail point with our cars.
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my 02 is comming up on 90k how much would i be looking at having the dealer ship take this on. i know i have to have the timing belt and the other belts changed, spark plugs, fuel filter, injectors need cleaning and brakes,at this time what else should i have done to the car while its in the shop?
I was supposed to have mine done right around the time of purchase, local subbie dealer wanted around 700 for the 90k service, I said screw them and did it myself for significantly cheaper. Its worth the time to shop around as I can promise you can find lower prices.

Fluids is always a good idea
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Old 03-15-2008, 05:05 PM   #5
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no i didn't miss that i'm just trying to get an i idea on what else i should have done while i have my car in the shop i also didn't miss what the manual says either, so that being said either drop an idea or keep pressing on
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