All Wheel Drive Auto: Independent Seattle Subaru Service


Subaru Service Seattle: Oil Changes At All Wheel Drive Auto

Subaru Service Seattle


Independent Subaru Service in Seattle
Independent Subaru Service in Seattle

An Oil Change on your Subaru at All Wheel Drive Auto includes.

New Oil Filter
New Drain Plug Gasket
5w30 Synthetic Blend Oil for pre 2011, 5w30 Synthetic or 0W20 Synthetic for the newer models

We will check and top off the following.

Washer Fluid
Coolant (including the new Subaru Super Coolant)
Transmission and Differential Fluids
Brake Fluid
Clutch Hydraulic Fluid
Power Steering Fluid

We will check and correct your tire pressure as well as check for abnormal tire wear issues.

We will perform a Visual inspection of

All Exterior lights
Wiper Blades
Brakes (through the wheels)
CV boots for cracks, splits and tears.
Rack and pinion bellows boots for cracks, splits and tears
Accessory drive belts (Alternator, Power Steering, AC)
Coolant Hoses
Engine for oil and or coolant leaks
Transmission for leaks
Differentials for leaks
Air Filter
& More

By request we will look into the following

If the Check Engine light is on we will scan for and record the code, stored by the engines computer and advise on the next step.

What we do at the shop that separates us from a quick lube center and the quick lube department at your Subaru Dealership, is at our shop the same Technician that does Head Gasket repairs and Diagnoses is the one who changes the oil on your Subaru, we don’t employ High school kids who learn on the job while the shop lowers their overhead.

Oil changes take 30 to 45 minutes, can always be done while you wait, are done by appointment only and we typically have appointments available whenever you are ready.


Thanks And let us know if you have any questions

You can schedule your next oil change here.


3 Responses

  1. Hi —

    Do you recommend 5w30 synthetic blend oil over regular oil for a 1998 Subaru Legacy Outback wagon? What about BG Quick Clean before the oil is drained? Is that a good thing or could that loosen up sludge that would clog some part of the engine?



    1. Hi Chuck,

      We in fact use 5w30 Synthetic Blend here, unless its a 2011 Forester or someone requests something different.

      If you change the oil when its due, use good oil it really wont build up sludge, if it has built up some sludge a BG treatment might be a good Idea.


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