Which Parts on My Subaru Need Replacing?

Believe it or not, replacing some parts on your vehicle will help with the longevity it can provide. There are many parts of a car that should be checked often, and replaced if causing unwanted wear and tear to your car. Below we have outlined some of the important areas that you should be aware of. If you think something may be wrong, give us a call and we can service any need your vehicle may have. For those of who you who like to get dirty working on your Subaru yourself, just order the original parts from us!

Sangera Subaru

5500 Gasoline Alley Dr
Directions Bakersfield, CA 93313

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  • Parts: (888) 283-4207

The Importance of Brakes

Learn More About the Importance of Your Subaru's Brakes

Here at Sangera Subaru, we've found that many of our customers take their vehicle's brakes for granted. Whether you're in the midst of stopping for a red light or are simply slowing down due to traffic, your vehicle's brakes are what make doing such a thing possible.

Being able to slow down on a moment's notice is vitally important and makes for a much safer ride. As you can imagine then, old or improperly working brakes can make for a dangerous driving experience. You may be asking then, what can you do to ensure the quality and dependability of your brakes? Read on below to find out...

  • Visit Our Service Center for Regular Brake Inspections: At Sangera Subaru, we recommend having your Subaru's brakes inspected on a regular basis. Bring your vehicle by our Service Center and we'll give your brakes a once over, and will certainly let you know if they're in need of replacing.

  • When to Replace Your Subaru's Brakes: When it comes to replacing your vehicle's brakes, how often should you do so? If there is 1/8-inch or less of your brake pad's lining remaining, or if you've driven a minimum of 30,000 miles, our team suggests replacing both your vehicle's brakes and brake pads.

  • Don't Ignore the Signs: Whether your brake light has come on or you're vehicle has had difficulty stopping over the last few days, we urge you to have your Subaru's brakes inspected. Ignoring the signs is not worth the risk and we'll be more than happy to set you up to replace your vehicle's brakes.

    If you're interested in replacing your Subaru's brakes or brake pads, we invite you to stop by the Parts Center at Sangera Subaru today. Just down the road from Delano, Porterville and Tehachapi, our team looks forward to welcoming you in to our Bakersfield, CA Parts Center soon.

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    Replacing Shocks and Struts

    Learn More about Replacement Shocks and Struts at Sangera Subaru

    Here at Sangera Subaru, we understand that keeping your Subaru in great shape is likely one of your top priorities. That's why, when it comes to replacing your Subaru's shocks and struts, we recommend visiting our Parts Center. To learn more about your vehicle's shocks and struts, we encourage you to read on below...

    How Shocks and Struts Work

    When it comes to providing you with a comfortable driving experience, it's your vehicles shocks and struts that you should be relying on. Your vehicle's shock absorbers are what take care of any unsteadiness and keep your car from bouncing around when on the road. Add in your vehicle's struts and you've got a system, along with a variety of other parts that make up your Subaru's entire suspension. As you can imagine, keeping your vehicle's shocks and struts in great shape is very important.

    How to Tell if Your Shocks and Struts Need Replacing

    If your vehicle's shocks and struts are so important, then how can you tell if they're in need of replacing? Easy! Do you experience excessive bounce when rounding turns or crossing intersections? Does your vehicle rock back and forth when coming to a stop? Does your vehicle drift to one side when you apply your brakes? Does your vehicle sway from side to side when you change lanes? If you've answered yes to any of those questions, your vehicle's shocks and struts may be due for replacing.

    Stop by our Parts Center to Learn More About Replacing your Subaru's Shocks and Struts

    If you're interested in learning more, or if it's time for your Subaru to have its shocks and struts replaced, we encourage you to stop by our Parts Center today. Conveniently located in Bakersfield, CA and just a short distance away from Delano, Porterville and Tehachapi, we look forward to welcoming you in to our Parts Center soon.

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    Battery Replacement

    Keep Your Subaru's Battery Charged and Ready to Go

    To start, a car first needs a battery. While you may think it's its engine that brings your car to life, most of its power can be attributed to its battery. With this in mind, it's important to keep your car's battery in check. Having a well-maintained battery is a great way to keep your vehicle on the road, and can certainly help to keep you from getting stranded along the roadside.

    How Your Car Battery Works

    Consider your vehicle's battery to be its heart and soul. Providing the jolt of electricity needed to power all of the electrical components of your vehicle, your car wouldn't be able to start without the power of its battery. Your vehicle's battery doesn't just start it though. It also provides a stable, electrical current that allows the vehicle of your engine to keep running. Sounds like a necessity, right? That's because it is!

    How to Tell if Your Car Battery Needs to be Replaced

    So, how can you tell if your vehicle is in need of a new car battery? Well-maintained batteries can last for three to five years, but it's good to keep in mind when it may be time to replace the battery. If your vehicle is slow to start, if the check engine light is on or if you notice a rotten smell around your car's battery, it may be time for a replacement.

    Make our Service Center Your First Stop When it Comes to Your Car's Battery

    Do you have some lingering questions about the state of your Subaru's battery? Are you wondering whether or not it may be time to replace it with a new one? If so, then we encourage you to stop by our Service Center today. Conveniently located in Bakersfield, CA and just a short drive away from Delano, Porterville and Tehachapi, we look forward to welcoming you in to our Service Center soon.

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    Changing Oil

    Learn More About the Importance of Oil Changes at Sangera Subaru

    When it comes to keeping your Subaru in check, regular oil changes are the best and most effective way to go about it. Not only will doing so help to ensure both the reliability and overall longevity of your Subaru, but it will also give our team a chance to check for any signs of abnormal wear or tear under the hood of your Subaru. Of course, those aren't the only reasons that you should put regularly scheduled oil changes at the top of your to do list.

    What Makes Oil Changes Important

    Not only are regularly scheduled oil changes a great way to extend the overall life of your vehicle's engine, but they also have the ability to help your vehicle's engine to perform better than it already does. By both lubricating and clearing your engine of debris, stopping by our Service Center for your next oil change is a great way to enjoy enhanced performance behind the wheel of your Subaru.

    How to Tell if it's Time for an Oil Change

    At Sangera Subaru, our team recommends having your vehicle's oil changed every 5,000-miles. Of course, if your vehicle needs an oil change before that, you're more than welcome to bring it by. Please do keep in mind, that your Subaru may also notify you when it comes to make an appointment with the team in our Service Center.

    Visit our Service Center to have Your Subaru's Oil Changed

    Whether you have questions about the importance of oil changes are ready to schedule an appointment with our team, we invite you to stop by our Service Center today. Conveniently located in Bakersfield, CA and just a short drive away from Delano, Porterville and Tehachapi, we look forward to welcoming you in to our Service Center soon.

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