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60K Mile Service

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#1 brus brother

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Posted 09 September 2003 - 06:59 AM

My 2000GT automatic is nearly due for the 60K mile service. There is a long list of items on the dealer's generic check list for all Subarus (many items are marked "where applicable"). At $500U.S. it seems a bit steep for things many of which are just indicated as "inspect", "check" etc..
One unknown to me is "add BG MOA and 44K". Anyone have an idea what this means? Is this a simple math problem of "addition" or are there actually products to be inserted somewhere into the car??
What are the prices in your area for these services and am I better off at a good local mechanic?

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