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New member and a warrenty question

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#1 greaseland


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Posted 03 December 2004 - 11:08 AM

Hi all, I am a new member. I joined because I am considering purchasing a 2000 or later forester, and want to make an informed purchase.

Here is the question. Some of the cars I am looking at still have drive train warrenties. In order for the warrenty to be valid do I need to be able to document maintanance like oil changes, etc?


#2 urabus retserof

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Posted 03 December 2004 - 12:16 PM

It really depends on the dealer. Some will be dicks and ask for it, others will not. It may also depend on what work is required. Is it oil change related?

Make sure to call SOA, with VIN, to verify expiry date of the warranty.

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