try to find some pricing on the Subaru ATF-HP online (fred beans or subarugenuineparts.com ,etc.) then, take that price with you and ask the local dealer parts guy if he can get close to that price. I've had luck twice with a price match and a 'discounted price' doing that. Due to the cost of shipping fluids - buying locally will probably be competitive.
Sorry for not being more clear. I am looking for genuine Subaru parts only. I found SubaruWRX.com and am very happy with them. I am still interested in knowing which on-line Subaru suppliers others use for future reference.
Sorry, but I am in Costa Rica and the Subaru dealer here has no clue what ATF HP stands for. I brought my Outback with me when I moved here, but I am truly between a rock and hard place in this regard.
So I just installed the ReadyLift 2in on my 2016 Subaru outback and now have the shimmy. I noticed that some of you have talked about the ckt CVT parts and I was wondering if anybody had more information on those IE where to purchase cost etc. Also just throw it out there does anybody else have...
can anyone help me find the part numbers for the two bushings that are in the back of the rear differential on a 2013 outback 3.6r?
one has busted and needs replacement. is this enough information?
New to forums here. I just got my 2017 Subaru Outback Limited 2.5i. The car does not have HIDs in it so I was going to put in an aftermarket kit like I did with my last car. I was thinking of at least doing the lowbeams and maybe the highbeam/fogs eventually). I just have a few...
Hi all, first post here! We just got a '15 outback premium and I cant wait to get cracking on customizing a few things the way I want them! I had a coworker with a late 90's outback 2.5 with a Borla muffler and it sounded great! Nice rumble when you step on it but generally a quiet car when...