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MammySpecB97 11-30-2012 05:01 AM

How much did you pay for your 100,000 mile tune up?
 
Hello everyone I took my car in yesterday to get a wheel bearing installed. While I was there I asked them to price out the 100,000 mile tune up (timing belt,plugs,etc.) They said the total was 1200 bucks for the full service which seems high but Im not sure since it's my first Subaru. Any info would be helpful thanks!

racso_dor 11-30-2012 08:35 AM

how much was the install of the wheel bearing ?

MammySpecB97 11-30-2012 09:10 AM

I am still waiting to hear from the dealer on the wheel bearing. I have a warranty on the car that covers it. I would guess out of pocket it would be about 20-300. The wheel hum assembly is 60-100 dollars depending on the manufacturer. 1 hour of install time= 80 bucks plus the diagnostic time. I would do it myself but I have the warranty.

mwiener2 11-30-2012 11:53 AM

Depending on which wheel, the factory warranty was extended to 100k to cover bad bearings.

MammySpecB97 11-30-2012 12:17 PM

Heard back from the dealer. They looked everything over and couldn't find anything wrong. They said it is like from the tires since there aggressive and new...

Max Capacity 11-30-2012 02:00 PM

Read the wheel bearing threads on here, to learn what to look for or feel.


Go to a local repair shop to get a estimate on the timing belt. Having done mine, there isa lot of labor and the kit is like $330 plus fluids, and shop charges.

Drift Motion 11-30-2012 02:02 PM

the dealer should use OEM parts no?

and I paid $500 for everything on my 90/105k maintenance.

MammySpecB97 11-30-2012 03:26 PM

Thanks I think the noise could have something to with the cold weather is didn't hear it until it was below freezing. I read all of the wheel bearing threads and wasn't really to worried since my warranty covers it. I was wondering how much the tune up would be because I thought 1200 was way to much they said 3 hours to change the plugs!

AZP Installs 11-30-2012 10:51 PM

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Originally Posted by Drift Motion (Post 4180654)
the dealer should use OEM parts no?

and I paid $500 for everything on my 90/105k maintenance.

What was included?

-Mike Paisan

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AZP Installs 11-30-2012 10:53 PM

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Originally Posted by MammySpecB97 (Post 4180774)
Thanks I think the noise could have something to with the cold weather is didn't hear it until it was below freezing. I read all of the wheel bearing threads and wasn't really to worried since my warranty covers it. I was wondering how much the tune up would be because I thought 1200 was way to much they said 3 hours to change the plugs!

Depending on what is included, what fluids are used, etc it COULD be as high as 1200, but doubtful.

Check under the maintenance section on our webpage to see the pricing and what we install during the various services.

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shadowsports 11-30-2012 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by AZP Installs (Post 4181316)
What was included?

-Mike Paisan

Yes? The parts alone are nearly 5 bills if you do it right. New belts, pulleys, tensioners, WP & fluid. Not a huge savings between OEM or Gates kit.

$500 would be one hell of a deal, but not one you'll find here in CA. Best I've see in my area is $975

mwiener2 12-01-2012 12:15 PM

New Gates kit TCKWP328RB (That's with the racing belt!) Shouldn't cost more than $420. Probably be able to find it on the internet for alot less.

V8Bait 12-01-2012 04:04 PM

I just got my 105k mile service done and here are the costs since I bought all the supplies.
  • $310 shipped-Gates timing belt kit with waterpump from fredbeansparts (I PM'd him on nasioc since he is a vendor and he gave a 50$ discount from what you see on the website)
  • $360 for Labor cost from local tuner shop (4hrs). Keep in mind that I did not do the cam seals so that would have added to the cost , probably another 80$.
  • 85$ for oem thermostat, coolant, and oil

Grand total = $755.00

I was also quoted $1200 to get it done at EFI Logics but that seemed steep.

AZP Installs 12-01-2012 04:15 PM

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Originally Posted by V8Bait (Post 4182089)
I just got my 105k mile service done and here are the costs since I bought all the supplies.
[LIST][*]$310 shipped-Gates timing belt kit with waterpump from fredbeansparts (I PM'd him on nasioc since he is a vendor and he gave a 50$ discount from what you see on the website)
[*]$360 for Labor cost from local tuner shop (4hrs). Keep in mind that I did not do the cam seals so that would have added to the cost , probably another 80$.
[*]85$ for oem thermostat, coolant, and oil[/LIST

Grand total = $775.00

I was also quoted $1200 to get it done at EFI Logics but that seemed steep.

]

That's what we charge $725 with all the parts you listed.

Mike

jtpzll 12-01-2012 04:28 PM

Hey mammy. Ive done the spark plugs before on my 2005 legacy gt and was done within an hour. Having to take out battery and filter box and you're ready to roll. The job is too easy to pay someone to do it. Back coils just need to be turned about 180 to get out. I feel sorry for some of you guys paying that much for a tuneup but yet again it is Cali. My 105000 service with tensioner was not over 400 with taxes.


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