We know it’s not just any Subaru Forester. It’s your Subaru Forester, and we’re here to give you (and your car) the top-notch service experience you deserve. We know that high standards of quality and care can make the best auto repair shops stand out from the rest. You can trust your 2018 Subaru Forester to Firestone Complete Auto Care. We’re experts in top-to-bottom repair services including brake, tire, alignment, drivetrain, and engine repair. We'll share a little about each service below.
Brake repair is one of the most important repairs you can invest in for one very simple reason: you rely on your brakes to safely bring your vehicle to a stop. Subaru Forester brake problems could lead to unsafe driving conditions – or worse, an accident. If you notice shaking when you depress your brake pedal, noise from your brakes, increased stop distance, or a brake light that’s lit up on your dashboard, don’t wait to have your brakes inspected and repaired. Even the most well-maintained cars will need brake repair at some point, including your Subaru Forester. As your car ages, brake pads and other small parts will naturally wear out and need to be replaced. Your car’s brake repair timeline can also be affected by your driving habits, as well as the climate in your area.
Much like brake problems, you don’t want to ignore issues with your tires. If your tires are damaged and can’t grip the road, your safety could be compromised. If you have a flat tire on your 2018 Subaru Forester, we can change it for you. In some cases, our technicians may be able to repair a Subaru Forester tire with the appropriate plug and patch. Tread-area punctures less than ¼ inch in diameter can often be repaired. If a repair isn’t safe for your particular tire situation, your technician will work with you to find an affordable tire replacement. We may also recommend an alignment or balancing when you have a tire repair since tire damage can impact other "around the wheel" parts.
At your local Firestone Complete Auto Care, we can also take care of your 2018 Subaru Forester engine, drivetrain, and transmission repairs. These systems all have hundreds of integrated parts that use friction to create energy and keep your car running. Over time, all those constantly moving components can get worn down. If you notice delays when shifting gears, knocking noise from your engine, or a burning smell under the hood, this could indicate a problem with one of these vital systems in your Forester. Whatever the symptom, bring your vehicle to Firestone Complete Auto Care. In these cases, the repair could range from something minor, like a new spark plug, to a more significant repair, like a fuel pump fix.
Several factors can affect the cost to repair your 2018 Subaru Forester, including what kind of repair you need, costs of replacement parts or repair supplies, the labor involved, and where you live. Labor costs and tax rates can be pretty different from state to state. We update them regularly to keep our deals fresh!
We know that getting affordable Subaru Forester repairs is important to you. We also understand that you don’t want just anyone working on your vehicle. And there’s one more thing we know for sure: a tool is only as good as the hands behind it. At Firestone Complete Auto Care, the hands behind the tools belong to a trained technician you can depend on. We have the knowledge and resources to solve common 2018 Subaru Forester problems, and all of our work is backed up by our unique Triple Promise: Fixed Right, Priced Right, Right on Time.
We work hard to keep Subaru Forester repair costs low, but we know repairs are never fun to pay for. Here are the answers to a few common auto repair questions, plus info to help you avoid big repairs from the very beginning.
How do I learn more about auto repairs? Click on a service below to read about the types of Subaru Forester repairs we do at Firestone Complete Auto Care.
Take care of your car, and it’ll take care of you. Schedule an appointment for Subaru Forester repairs and we’ll give you the support you need to keep your car on the road.