• (03) 9558 5722
  • Factories 4,5 & 6, 6-8 Graham Rd, Clayton South, Vic 3169
  • Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 5:00pm

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Subaru Service & Repairs Melbourne

Suba Bits Pty Ltd
Independant Subaru Service & Repair Specialists
Maintenance & parts fitting service available.
Major Service
Minor Service
Suspension
Brakes
Clutches
Engine, transmission and gearbox replacement specialist
Delivery service available at competitive rates
Courtesy car available 1*
Close to Westall train station & bus routes
Subaru's Sale of new, aftermarket replacement, reconditioned and secondhand parts
Sub contract work available 2*
We buy Subaru's - LMCT 9170

1* Conditions Apply
2* Motor Industries repairers need only apply

  • Subaru Maintenance Schedule 1990-1999

    1990-1999
    Recommended Service Intervals and Maintenance schedule
    Check and perform at number of months or km, whichever comes first.

    always refer to your owners manual for complete information and have your vehicle inspected

    inspect = inspect, inspect = replace, inspect = perform

    Item
    Months
    3
    7.5
    15
    22.5
    30
    37.5
    45
    52.5
    60
    67.5
    75
    82.5
    90
    97.5
    105
    112.5
    120
    1,000 KM
    4.8
    12
    24
    36
    48
    60
    72
    84
    96
    108
    120
    132
    144
    156
    168
    180
    192
    Drive Belts
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
    Camshaft Belt (timing belt)
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
    Engine oil/filter *1
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
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    inspect
    Replace engine coolant and inspect system, hoses and connections *2
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    inspect
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    Replace fuel filter and inspect system, hoses and connections *2
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    Air cleaner element *2
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
    Spark Plugs
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
    Tranmission/differential (front and rear) Lubricants (gear oil) *3
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    Automatic tranmission fluid *4
    -
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    Brake fluid *2
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    inspect
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    Brake pads, linings, front and rear axle boots, CV joints, axle half shaft joint portions, parking brake *2
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    Clutch and hill-holder system
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    Steering and suspension *2
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    inspect
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    Front and rear wheel bearing lubricant
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    inspect
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    inspect
    Rotate tires
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    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
    inspect
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    inspect
    Supplimental restraint system airbags
    Inspect every 10 years

    Severe driving is:
    Repeated short trips, stop-and-go, extensive idling (urban driving)
    Rough, muddy, dusty, wet, cold salty conditions
    Towing a trailer

    *1 Under severe driving replace ever 6,000 km
    *2 Under severe driving replace 12,000-24,000 km
    *3 Under severe driving replace 48,000 km
    *4 Under severe driving replace 38,000 km

  • Subaru Maintenance Schedule 2000-2009

    2000-2009
    Recommended Service Intervals and Maintenance schedule
    Check and perform at number of months or km, whichever comes first.

    always refer to your owners manual for complete information and have your vehicle inspected

    inspect = inspect, replace = replace, perform = perform

    Item
    Months
    3
    7.5
    15
    22.5
    30
    37.5
    45
    52.5
    60
    67.5
    75
    82.5
    90
    97.5
    105
    112.5
    120
    1,000 KM
    4.8
    12
    24
    36
    48
    60
    72
    84
    96
    108
    120
    132
    144
    156
    168
    180
    192
    Drive Belts
    -
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    -
    -
    replace
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    -
    -
    replace
    Camshaft Belt (timing belt)
    -
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    replace
    -
    -
    Engine oil/filter *1
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    replace
    Replace engine coolant and inspect system, hoses and connections *2
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    perform
    -
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    perform
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    perform
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    perform
    Replace fuel filter and inspect system, hoses and connections *2
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    perform
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    perform
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    perform
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    perform
    Air cleaner element *2
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    replace
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    replace
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    -
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    replace
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    replace
    Spark Plugs
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    -
    -
    replace
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    -
    -
    replace
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    -
    -
    replace
    -
    -
    -
    replace
    Tranmission/differential (front and rear), Lubricant (gear oil) *3
    -
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    -
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    Automatic tranmission fluid *4
    -
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
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    -
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    inspect
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    Brake fluid *2
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    -
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    -
    replace
    -
    -
    -
    replace
    -
    -
    -
    replace
    -
    -
    -
    replace
    Brake pads, linings, front and rear axle boots, CV joints, axle half shaft joint portions, parking brake *2
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    Clutch and hill-holder system
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    Steering and suspension *2
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    -
    inspect
    Front and rear wheel bearing lubricant
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    -
    inspect
    Rotate tires
    -
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    perform
    Valve clearance
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    inspect
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    Passenger Compartment Air Filtration if equipped
    Replace the paper filter (usually behind glovebox) every 1-2 years depending on air conditions
    Supplimental restraint system airbags
    Inspect every 10 years

    Severe driving is:
    Repeated short trips, stop-and-go, extensive idling (urban driving)
    Rough, muddy, dusty, wet, cold salty conditions
    Towing a trailer

    *1 Under Severe driving replace ever 6,000 km
    *2 Under severe driving replace 12,000-24,000 km.
    *3 Under severe driving replace 48,000 km
    *4 Under severe driving replace 38,000 km

  • Subaru Turbo Maintenance

    Caring for Subaru Turbocharged Engines


    The Turbocharger

    The turbocharger, commonly called a “turbo,” is operated by the energy contained in the exhaust gas. The exhaust gas spins a turbine inside the turbocharger at an extremely high speed (more than 100,000 rpm). That compresses the air/fuel mixture into the cylinders, which creates higher power output.
    Because of the turbine’s rotational speed and the high temperature of the exhaust gas driving the turbo, proper cooling is needed to maintain durability. Engine oil plays a major role in lubricating and cooling the turbo, so following recommended oil change guidelines is important.


    Racing-Type Driving
    Racing-type engine stress doesn’t only occur on the track. Racing-type driving occurs when the drivetrain, suspension, and other vehicle components are used at near peak capacity. Any driving where the engine speed is kept high – either by using lower gears at higher speeds or using engine braking – is considered racing-type driving.
    Important: A “track day” or autocross event requires an oil and oil filter change immediately before and immediately after the event. Make sure to check other engine fluid levels as well.


    Engine Oil Level
    Check the oil dipstick periodically to make sure the oil level is within proper range in order to keep the turbocharger properly lubricated and cooled. More frequent level checks are necessary especially when utilizing engine braking, because this increases the engine’s demand for lubrication.
    Important: Allowing the engine oil level to drop by more than one quart may cause oil starvation, oil pump cavitation, and bearing damage. Over time, this cumulative damage will cause turbocharger and engine failure.


    Oil Changes
    Carbon deposits produced by a turbocharged engine can accumulate at the bottom of the oil pan. When changing the oil, always drain the oil through the oil drain plug hole on the oil pan.
    A vacuum draining device could leave carbon deposits at the bottom of the oil pan and potentially contaminate the new oil.


    Fuel Requirements
    Turbocharged Subaru engines are designed to operate on premium unleaded (91-octane AKI or higher) gasoline. This is essential for maximizing performance and is required to prevent possible engine damage.


    Driving Tips
    Do not rev the engine or accelerate past half throttle immediately after start-up. Oil requires time to heat up for full flow, and high-rpm driving with a cold engine can damage the turbocharger.
    After highway driving or high-load driving, Subaru recommends allowing the engine to cool by idling for at least 30 seconds before shutting off.

Subabits Subaru Service
Subaru Maintenance Victoria
Subaru Service Melbourne

Factories 4,5 & 6, 6-8 Graham Rd
Clayton South, VIC 3169

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(03) 9558 5722

Contact Us

  • Factories 4,5 & 6, 6-8 Graham Rd
  • Clayton South, VIC 3169
  • Phone: (03) 9558 5722
  • E-mail: subabitsptyltd@gmail.com

Information

  • * No affiliation with FUJI JUKOGYO KK or
    Subaru Australia


  • ABN: 52 076 218 132
  • LMCT: 9170
  • Second Hand Dealer SHD: 2058

Hours

  • Monday:8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Tuesday:8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday:8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Thursday:8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Friday:8:30am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday:Closed
  • Sunday:Closed