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The Subaru Outback is a heavy-duty performance vehicle. But the better the performance, the higher is the need for a routine maintenance procedure. Usually, a good indicator of when you need to get Subaru maintenance in Huntington, NY, done is the distance the car has covered. Based on the same, here are a few routine maintenance tips on a 2019 Subaru Outback in NY.
 
6,000 - 7,500 miles interval
? Check clutch hydraulic fluid
? Tire rotation for uniform wearing out
? Replace Genuine Subaru oil filter
? Replace Genuine Subaru synthetic oil
? Service battery terminals
 
12,000 - 18,000 miles interval and 24,000 miles interval
? Alignment check
? Rotate and balance tires
? Check clutch hydraulic fluid
? Check coolant level
? Check and adjust power steering fluid
? Check and adjust tire pressures
? Check operation of exterior lights
? Inspect wiper/washer systems and fluid
? Replace fuel filter
? Replace Genuine Subaru cabin air filter
? Replace Genuine Subaru oil filter
? Replace Genuine Subaru synthetic oil
? Service battery terminals
 
30,000 miles interval
After driving the Subaru Outback for over two years, you are bound to reach the 30,000-milestone. This is when you've really used your Subaru Outback to its potential. So this points to extensive maintenance procedures.
 
? Check clutch hydraulic fluid
? Check coolant level
? Check front and rear differential fluid
? Check power steering fluid
? Adjust tire pressures, rotate, balance them
? Flush the brake system
? Replace brake system fluid
? Inspect driveshafts, differentials, and boots
? Inspect suspension and steering components
? Replace Genuine Subaru air and oil filter
? Replace Genuine Subaru synthetic oil
? Replace spark plugs
? Replace oil drain plug gasket
? Service battery terminals
 
60,000+ miles interval
 
At this point, the routine maintenance carried out in the 30,000 miles interval becomes a regular schedule. Apart from the above-mentioned checks, adjustments, and replacements, there are a few additional practices that you must carry out. For one, the drive belt and timing belt in your Subaru Outback’s engine need to be replaced. This is also a good time to get all of your tires changed.
 
At the 90,000-mile mark, the first thing is to get your shock absorbers replaced. You might also want to top off your engine coolant.