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#1 86Customs

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Posted 20 March 2011 - 11:21 PM

hey all,

Im down at the bottom of the world in New Zealand, Designer by trade, just bought me my first Subaru! - a 2000 Lancaster6

I joined up here to get advice on Subaru related things, Im not totally ignorant when it comes to cars but I wouldnt call myself a mechanic either.

Speaking of advice, is there anything (apart from regular servicing) that I can do to prolong the life of my engine and avoid faults?
(its a 3L EZ30 with around 62k on the clock)

cheers

#2 Olnick

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Posted 21 March 2011 - 12:45 AM

Welcome aboard, Kiwi! My family and I have fond memories of your beautiful country and lovely people.

Congrats on your Subie. You'll find lots of good help and info here, but of course regular servicing and preventive maintenance are the keys to a happy life.

Aloha!

#3 86Customs

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Posted 26 March 2011 - 09:01 PM

Hey Olnick,

thanks for the kind words, glad to hear you enjoyed your stay in NZ! always a nice thing to hear :)

Im sure ill see you around the boards!

-J




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