Scotty, I have a 2012 Subaru 2.5i base model with CVT. I'm going to flush the coolant, change the CVT fluid, change the differential fluid, put new sparks and plugs in the engine, and install a new timing belt kit on it. I have done a lot of research on the car and the company and Subaru seems to have very reliable cars, heck I have 135k miles on it and the car runs fine. But I want the car to last for as long as it can. Do you have any advice on what I should do and look out for in the future? Thanks, Henry B.
Thank you so much, Subaru CVTS are supposed to last longer because the have a chain instead of a belt, but we'll see😂 Thank you again!
do just what you are doing and pray the CVT lasts, that's the weak link