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Subaru UK Repairs

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UK: Subaru Parts Fitted

Subaru Timing Belt - Subaru Cambelt
Subaru Timing Belts replaced as part of a planned Subaru service or if the Timing Belt on your Subaru has snapped then a full engine inspection for valve & piston damage

Subaru Oil Change & Filters Replaced
Subaru Air filters, pollen filters; oil filter & fuel filter replaced, engine oil changed - Multigrade or Synthetic oils

Subaru Clutches
Subaru clutch repairs UK - Checking for leaks and repairing-replacing the clutch master-slave cylinder and fitting a new Subaru Clutch kit

Subaru Cooling System
Replacement Subaru radiators fitted, cooling system pipework inspected for leaks and cooling fluid replaced to keep your Subaru engine at its optimal operating temperature

Subaru Paint Resprays
Paint resprays for minor scratch damage to the Subaru paint surface or coating; Custom paintwork to make your Subaru different using metallic paints, pearlescent pigments or company colours.

Subaru Electrical Components
Subaru electrical faults repaired using Subaru OEM components - Subaru sensors checked e.g. Lambda sensors, air flow meters etc

Subaru Tyres
Steel wheels, alloy wheels and tyres repaired and replaced with cheap tyres, run-flat tyres or low profile & performance tyres depending upon your budget and driving requirements. Part-Worn tyres may be available for your Subaru model

Subaru Fuel Pumps
Often replaced at a milestone service if the fuel pump is operated by the Timing belt

Subaru Gearboxes
Subaru Manual & Automatic gearbox servicing & repair - Fitting a new or reconditioned Subaru gearbox

Subaru Brakes
Routine Subaru servicing, replacement Subaru brake pads & discs fitted, Subaru hydraulic pipework and joints inspected, repaired or replaced for a complete braking system overhaul

Subaru Body Panels
Replacement Subaru panels fitted & sprayed to match - Light Subaru Panel damage repairs

Subaru EGR Valves
Replacement Subaru EGR valves - ensure the exhaust gas recirculation system is functioning correctly on your Subaru - The EGR valve helps your Subaru burn fuel more efficiently by recirculating a portion the exhaust gas through combustion chamber and helps reduce Subaru engine emissions; a broke or sticking EGR valve can be the cause of an MOT failure due to excessive emissions

Subaru Alternators
Replacement Subaru alternators fitted

Subaru Starter Motors
Replacement Subaru Starter motors installed

Subaru Autoelectrics
Subaru electrical faults diagnosed - OBD fault finding - Subaru engine fault codes checked & service lights reset - ECU problems, key coding and CANBUS systems checked

Subaru Exhausts
Subaru Engine manifolds, Front box, Back box, catalytic converter and exhaust pipes for Subaru Exhausts fitted & welded

Subaru Suspension System
Subaru replacement shock absorbers & springs fitted for front or rear suspension problems, broken springs. Custom suspension systems installed, lowering springs fitted

Subaru Engines
Subaru Engine repairs, cylinder head skimming, valves & pistons

Subaru Performance Spares
OEM Subaru parts fitted or replaced with alternative performance parts

UK Brake Fitting - New Disc Brakes & Pads

The hydraulic brake fluid is a non-compressible liquid so braking pressure is transferred via the brake pipes to the wheels and operates a slave cylinder piston that forces the brake pads against a brake drum or brake disc

The enforced contact between the brake pads and brake drum or brake disc increases friction to slow down or stop the vehicle

The brake pedal controls the Master Cylinder (a fluid filled hydraulic piston) that transfers stopping power to the brakes

Subaru brakes can last for thousand of miles depending on use and regular service

Modern Subaru braking systems use hydraulic links to transfer stopping power

Braking increases hydraulic brake fluid pressure

UK Subaru Brake Repairs

Drum Brakes are an older system than Subaru disc brakes and use two half moon shaped brake shoes that move outwards during use to apply a frictional stopping force against the inside of a brake drum

Hydraulic braking pressure forces a brake calliper to press the brake pads against the disc to apply the necessary stopping force

Drum Brakes, if fitted, are usually found on Subaru rear wheels

In hydraulic braking systems, braking pressure operates a slave cylinder

Subaru disc brakes have a pair of high friction brake pads mounted either side of a brake disc

Subaru Brakes - Subaru Brake Servicing and Maintenance

Subaru Brakes will safely function correctly without the need for replacement for many thousands of miles

if the Subaru brakes overheat and are allowed to cool with pressure still applied for m the brake pads/shoes then it is possible for the disc to warp.

Subaru brake discs will wear and need replacing eventually and should be inspected for pitting

If the Subaru brake discs warp then they should be replaced immediately

The brake pads on your Subaru should wear first

Subaru Brake Servicing & Inspection UK

Hydraulic brake pipe fittings and joints for corrosion and leaking

Wheel cylinder condition

Correct brake pad movement and level of wear

General brake disc condition

Handbrake function and travel

Auxiliary handbrake shoes where appropriate

Lubricate Hand Brake Linkages

Brake pipe Condition

Brake calliper operation

Brake drum condition

Adjust handbrake

Hand brake linkage condition

Clean and remove brake dust and loose corrosion and dirt from drums

ABS warning light operation

Replace Brake Fluid if necessary

And carry out the following maintenance of your Subaru braking system:-

Top Up Brake and Clutch Fluid Levels or

Subaru Steering - Steering System Inspection

The tyres will need to be replaced much sooner than necessary until the steering rack is adjusted to bring your wheels into correct alignment

One of the first signs of a potential problem with your Subaru steering system is uneven tyre wear

The tyre tread is rapidly removed from the inner or outer tyre edge of your front tyres

Common symptoms of Subaru steering alignment problems include:-
Vehicle Drift - Your Subaru tends to pull left or right when travelling in a straight line
Modern Power steering and Drive by Wire Systems do not have the same mechanical linkages between the steering column and drive wheels making it difficult to 'feel' how the steering is performing.

Subaru steering inspections:-

Steering Linkages for wear and corrosion

Wheel Bearings for wear - play or noise

Tyre Condition - inc Spare

Correct wheel balance, including spare

Subaru Tyre wear and wheel alignment

Power Steering Reservoir Levels and Top Up

Correct wheel nut torque to manufacturer's recommendations

Correct Tyre Pressure - inc Spare

Steering Rack Gaiter condition

Steering Condition

Subaru Services Braking System Servicing and Repair

The enforced contact between the brake pads and brake drum or brake disc increases friction to slow down or stop the vehicle.

The hydraulic brake fluid is a non-compressible liquid so braking pressure is transferred via the brake pipes to the wheels and operates a slave cylinder piston that forces the brake pads against a brake drum or brake disc.

Brakes can last for thousand of miles depending on use and regular service.

Modern braking systems use hydraulic links to transfer stopping power.

The brake pedal is attached the Master Cylinder; a fluid filled hydraulic piston.

Braking increases hydraulic brake fluid pressure.

Replacement Subaru Cambelt - Timing Belt

The toothed belt connecting the engine crankshaft to the camshaft is known as the Cambelt or Timing belt

If the timing belt snaps it will most probably cause serious engine damage. The camshaft stops turning with some of the valves left in the open position. In a Free Running Engine there is enough clearance between a fully open valve and the piston head to avoid serious damage. In an Interference Engine there is no clearance and the engine relies upon accurate timing to keep the valves and piston head separated. With a broken timing belt; the inertia helps the crankshaft to rotate freely forcing the pistons to strike the open valves resulting in damaged valves, pistons, and possibly even damage to the cylinder head

Timing belts must be replaced at a specified manufacturer's interval. The timing belt should also be inspected regularly and replaced immediately if there is any evidence of cracking or fraying cuts or excessive wear

Generally Subaru belts should be replaced every 60,000 miles or less. So, if you have just bought a secondhand Subaru that has 40,000 to 80,000 miles then it is important to know if the timing belt has been replaced or needs replacing. Check the Subaru Owner's manual for your model for the recommended changing frequency

High compression diesel engines are normally interference engines

The Timing Belt synchronizes the camshaft to the crankshaft position ensuring the valves open and close at the correct time in relation to the piston. Some vehicles use a cam chain in place of the belt or a timing gear system instead

Often it is prudent to replace a combination of items associated with the timing system. Most of the needed Subaru parts can be obtained as timing kits containing the appropriate timing components; such as: Subaru timing belt
timing belt tensioners
timing belt tensioner idler roller
front lower crank shaft seal
water pump gasket

Since Subaru Timing Belts are hidden inside the engine they tend to be forgotten when purchasing a used Subaru

Subaru Clutch Operation

When the clutch is dis-engaged the clamping force is removed so the clutch disc spins with the flywheel and no power is transmitted

Subaru Clutch failure often occurs when one or more of the high friction surface materials wears out on the disc. Even when the pressure plate is engaged and a clamping force is applied, there is no longer sufficient friction to transmit power without the clutch slipping. Normally the Subaru clutch disc and pressure plate are replaced. Replacing the Subaru Clutch is a major operation and it is sometimes advisable to replace a number of items, often supplied as a Subaru Clutch kit:-
Subaru clutch disc
pressure plate
release bearing
pilot bearing - bushing (when required)
internal Subaru clutch slave cylinder

Engaging the clutch forces the clutch against the flywheel transmitting power from the crankshaft to the transmission shaft

Disengaging the clutch acts on heavy-duty release springs to isolate the pressure plate so that the disc is no longer pressed against the flywheel

The pressure plate comprises heavy-duty release springs, a metal pressure ring acting as a high friction surface to interact with the clutch disc, a thrust ring (or thrust fingers) for the release bearing, and release levers

The centre of the clutch disc has a spline pattern that matches splines on the power input shaft of the transmission system

The Subaru clutch disc is, not surprisingly, a disc with each side covered in a high friction material. It is designed to engage with the high-friction surfaces of the pressure plate and flywheel. It is also designed to transmit power to theSubaru transmission system

Subaru Fuel Injection Systems

LPG Petrol or Diesel Metering
Fuel Injection systems have replaced carburetors for the accurate mixing and delivering of petrol, lpg or diesel fuel in modern Subaru vehicles

Subaru Fuel Injection
Fuel injection systems mix fuel with just the right amount of air for optimal combustion & energy release in an internal combustion engine

Subaru Engine Mapping
The Subaru ECU controlling engine performance is pre-programmed with software containing embedded data on engine performance for different combinations of engine speed and acceleration

EFI - Electronic Fuel Injection
The Subaru fuel injection system is controlled by a mini-computer or Electronic Control Unit (ECU) that assimilates data from a series of temperature sensors and oxygen or lambda sensors providing feedback to help optimise fuel efficiency and power under a variety of conditions

Subaru Re-Mapping UK
The Subaru ECU can be replaced with a programmable ECU or re-mapped to electronically alter the engine performance characteristics

Subaru Oil Change Frequency

Anti Oxidants
Preventing internal engine oxidation in your Subaru motor is the job of sacrificial anti-oxidants present in the lubricating oil; Anti oxidants are sacrificed to protect your engine and will eventually be depleted making it necessary to change your oil regularly

Oil & Filter Change
A new Subaru oil filter and oil change shouldn't need a specialist Subaru engineer and is minimal compared to the cost of an Engine Rebuild; with regular maintenance and routine servicing working out cheaper than disaster recover when your Subaru engine fails

Moisture Scavengers - Detergents - Acidity Regulators
Moisture scavengers, detergents and acidity regulators prevent all kinds of contaminants degrading and abrading the internal moving surfaces of your Subaru engine minimising the effects that water, particles, and fuel combustion residus can have on Subaru performance
Once they have absorbed the maximum amount of water and other contaminants; the risk of corrosion and failure in your in your Subaru engine increases

Oil Change Frequency
The mechanics rule of thumb with traditional multigrade engine oils used to be "change the oil every 3000 miles" but many vehicle manufacturers indicate 5000 to 7000 miles. Initially, follow the Subaru recommended oil change guidelines to ensure you validate your warranty.

Oil Change Masterclass
Keep a small amount of the engine oil used in your next oil change in a sealed container; then when you check your oil level with the dipstick you can compare the lubricity or lubricating properties of the oil against your fresh oil:- If the oil on the dipstick seems thin compared to your reference oil sample; it may be time to get an oil change to keep your Subaru running smoothly

Synthetic Oil Change - UK
Modern synthetic oils can last longer than old petroleum based multigrades because they are more inert with a laboratory designed molecular structure and fewer natural catalytic impurities that increase oil breakdown compared to the cheaper engine oils

Oil Composition
Engine Lubricating Oil is composed of hundreds of chemicals; some can interact chemically, polymerise, oxidise and break down with the extreme conditions of temperature & shear forces pulling the oil molecules apart in your Subaru engine thus, changing the lubrication properties.

UK Exhaust Fitting Subaru

Explosions from the instantaneous ignition of the compressed fuel and air igniting in the combustion chamber creat a lot of noise that needs to be silenced in the urban environment

Corroded exhaust pipes allow fumes and noise to escape; increasing the risk of poisonous carbon monoxide entering the cabin and significantly increasing noise making detection an easy task

The exhaust pipework helps muffle and deaden the noise from the fuel combustion process

The Subaru exhaust system allows poisonous gases from the fuel combustionto vent into the atmoshpere away from the driver and cabin

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Subaru ABS

  • ABS Ecu
  • ABS Pump Modulator Combined
  • ABS Modulator
  • ABS Pump
  • ABS Sensor
  • ABS Control Unit

Subaru Air Conditioning

  • Subaru AC Evaporator
  • Subaru AC Radiator
  • Subaru AC Receiver Drier
  • Subaru AC Condenser
  • Subaru AC Pump
  • Subaru AC Fluid Top Up
  • Subaru AC Compressor

Subaru Filters

  • Subaru Transmission Filter Kit
  • Subaru Air Filter
  • Subaru Oil Filter
  • Subaru Cabin Air and Pollen Filter
  • Subaru Fuel Filter

Subaru Sensors

  • Subaru Air Flow Mass Meter
  • Subaru Temperature Sensor
  • Subaru Oxygen Sensor

Subaru Electrical Components

  • Subaru Lambda Sensor
  • Subaru Fog Lights
  • Subaru Spark Plug HT Leads
  • Subaru Heater Blower Motor
  • Subaru Starter Motor
  • Subaru Bulbs
  • Subaru Tail Lights
  • Subaru Ignition Coil
  • Subaru Thermostats
  • Subaru Heater Core
  • Subaru Oxygen Sensor
  • Subaru Alternator
  • Subaru Window Motors
  • Subaru Water Pump
  • Subaru ECU Mapping Remap
  • Subaru Eibach Pro Kit
  • Subaru Antenna
  • Subaru Parking Light
  • Subaru Fuel Pump
  • Subaru Spark Plugs
  • Subaru Headlights
  • Subaru Electronic Control Unit
  • Subaru Cooling Fan

Subaru Wheel Components

  • Subaru Ball Joints
  • Subaru Alloy Wheel Repairs
  • Subaru Control Arm
  • Subaru CV Joint Boot Kit
  • Subaru Tyres
  • Subaru Axle Assembly

Subaru Brake Servicing

  • Subaru Brake Discs
  • Subaru Brake Drums
  • Subaru Brake Servo
  • Subaru Brake Compensator Valve
  • Subaru Brake Rotor
  • Subaru Brake Master Cylinder
  • Subaru Brake Calipers
  • Subaru Brake Pads
  • Subaru Brake Slave Cylinder

Subaru Clutch Fitting

  • Subaru Flywheel
  • Subaru Clutch Pedal
  • Subaru Clutch Slave Cylinder
  • Subaru Clutch Kit
  • Subaru Dual Mass Flywheel
  • Subaru Clutch Pressure Plate
  • Subaru Clutch Master Cylinder
  • Subaru Clutch Cable

Subaru Exhausts

  • Subaru Silencer
  • Subaru Muffler
  • Subaru Lambda Sensor
  • Subaru Catalytic Converter (Catalyst)
  • Subaru Tailpipe
  • Subaru Exhaust Manifold
  • Subaru Exhaust
  • Subaru Exhaust Pipes
  • Subaru EGR Valve
  • Subaru Exhaust Box
  • Subaru Exhaust System Complete
  • Subaru Oxygen Sensor

Subaru Engine Repairs

  • Subaru Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Subaru Pistons and Cylinder
  • Subaru Ignition Coil
  • Subaru Distributor Cap & Rotor
  • Subaru Timing Chain Kits
  • Subaru Timing Belt Kits
  • Subaru Fuel Injector
  • Subaru Engine Mounts

UK Gasket Fitting

  • Subaru Cylinder Head Gasket
  • Subaru Valve Cover Gasket

Subaru Lubrication System

  • Subaru Oil Cap
  • Subaru Oil Sump and Plate
  • Subaru Oil Pump
  • Subaru Oil and Hydraulic Fluid
  • Subaru Oil Filter
  • Subaru Fuel Cap

Subaru Parts

  • Subaru Radiator Pipes
  • Subaru Struts
  • Subaru Throttle Body & Cable
  • Subaru Serpentine and V Belt
  • Subaru Power Steering Pump
  • Subaru Bonnet Latch and Strut
  • Subaru Steering Rack
  • Subaru Wiper Blades
  • Subaru Tie Rods
  • Subaru Windscreen Wipers
  • Subaru Hood Emblems
  • Subaru Power Steering Hoses
  • Subaru Shock Absorbers
  • Subaru Radiator

Suspension Subaru

  • Spring Condition
  • Tie Rods
  • Subaru Additional Suspension Components
  • Rubber Grommets
  • Struts
  • Pitman arm - Rear Wheel Drive Suspension
  • Rubber Bushes
  • Idler arm
  • Suspension Strut Pivots
  • Control Arms or Blades
  • Inner and Outer Tie Rod ends
  • Suspension Struts
  • Shock Absorber performance
  • Sway Bar
  • Subaru Timing Belt or Cambelt
  • Shock absorbers operation, evidence of Subaru bush wear
  • Ball Joints

Subaru Problems

  • Coolant Leaking
  • Subaru check engine light on
  • Clutch slips at high revs
  • Battery Keeps going flat
  • Engine Overheating
  • Steering Pulls To One Side
  • Engine Idle Surge
  • Subaru keeps stalling
  • My Subaru Does Not drive Straight
  • Can't get into gear
  • Leak in coolant system
  • My Subaru Won't Start
  • Clutch pedal on floor
  • Subaru Check Engine Light On
  • Slipping when cold
  • White Smoke From Exhaust
  • Warning Lights On
  • Corroded Brake Pipes
  • Spongy Brakes
  • Judder when braking
  • master cylinder leaking
  • Cylinder head leaking
  • Window stuck
  • Fails Emissions Test
  • Thrust bearing worn
  • Subaru Immobiliser
  • Excessive oil consumption
  • Tyres vibrate
  • Automatic Locks Not Working
  • Blue Smoke From Exhaust
  • Subaru Radiator fan not working
  • Injection System Warning Light
  • Front Tyres wearing quickly
  • Subaru Lights not working
  • No Power When Accelerating
  • Clutch Won't work
  • Engine Idles Rough
  • Fuse keeps blowing
  • Air Conditioning Not Working
  • Engine Temperature Warning Light On
  • Engine Stalls
  • Tyre outside edge wears quickly
  • Blocked Fuel injectors
  • Brakes Pull To One Side When Braking
  • Poor Fuel Economy
  • Knocking sound
  • Power steering feels stiff
  • Low Brake Pedal
  • No pick up for first gear
  • slave cylinder leaking
  • Tyre inside edge wears quickly
  • Clutch juddering
  • Vacuum Leak
  • Engine Won't Start
  • Subaru Headlights not working
  • Clogged Subaru air filter
  • Clutch slips if revved hard
  • Noisy Brakes
  • Seatbelt Locked
  • Timing Belt Loose
  • Flywheel Vibrating
  • Heater Not Working
  • Dim headlights on engine idle
  • Engine Oil Warning Light On
  • Engine Misfires
  • Loud Engine Noise
  • Engine Pings or Knocks
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