Subaru Parts Online Smartqualityparts.com is now open!

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Smart Service has just launched our online parts store Smartqualityparts.com.  We have chosen to offer the same parts quality Subaru parts we use day in and day out on our own customers cars. Six-Star head gaskets, Tranquil Transmission sleeve kits, timing belts, etc. are among the offerings. All parts come with a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty. Check back often as we are always expanding our selection. For you head gasket DIY’ers we even have a complimentary head gasket installation guide with our head gasket kits!

We value your input so please let us know if there’s something else you’d like to see offered on the site.

 

Cheers,

Mike Corbin

Smart Service your Independent Subaru Expert

www.smart-service.com

 

Mike Corbin

About Mike Corbin

Smart Service is a Subaru service repair and maintenance shop operated independently of Subaru of America or Fuji Heavy Industries. We are a family run business that combine high quality Subaru care, personal friendly atmosphere and a cost savings over the Subaru dealer. We have been supporting the Subaru community since 1999. Follow Mike on Google+.

4 thoughts on “Subaru Parts Online Smartqualityparts.com is now open!

  1. Ash

    Hello Mike
    I bought my son a 2010 Subaru legacy. He has barely had it a year and the car heats up. The radiator splashes fluid all over the inside of the hood. We took it to a mechanic and repaid almost $600 to get a new radiator. Unfortunately, it didn’t solve the problem. We are now being told that the head gasket are probably blown. My husband is saying it’s probably the thermostat.
    Will you please help?
    Thank You!

  2. Mike CorbinMike Corbin Post author

    Hello,
    Before spending the time and money on replacing the thermostat, please have the cooling system checked for hydrocarbons by someone with an exhaust gas analyzer. If you replace the thermostat and the head gaskets have failed, you’re just wasting money. It is possible that the thermostat can cause the same condition but make sure you confirm there are no hc’s before replacing it.

    Good luck,

    Mike Corbin
    Smart Service
    Independent Subaru Expert

    http://www.smart-service.com
    http://www.smartqualityparts.com

  3. Scott Weierich

    I have a 2003 Forester XS with climate control. I am having issues getting the system to blow out the front vents. It seems to be stuck…tons of air is moving out the defrost vents and very little out the front vents as well as out the floor vents. I have disassembled the dash somewhat but can’t figure out what isn’t working correctly. The fresh air cabin filter is fine and no debris seems to have been ingested. So I am suspecting that a servo motor needs to be replaced. Any ideas? I can’t seem to find an online source to track this down. I own a Haynes manual that is just about worthless. Can you help? If it is a servo motor, do you carry the part?

  4. Mike CorbinMike Corbin Post author

    Hi Scott,
    If something isn’t mechanically stuck, it may be in failsafe mode. If the control system ever has an issue it defaults to defrost as a failsafe for safety. There are step by step diagnostic procedures you can go through. I would suggest signing up for a one year subscription to alldatadiy.com. You can purchase an inexpensive 1 year subscription to all the diagnostic and repair info for your specific vehicles. They pull all of their info directly from the Subaru factory manuals.

    I hope this helps.

    Take care,

    Mike Corbin
    Smart Service
    Your Independent Subaru Expert
    http://www.smart-service.com
    Also for Subaru parts visit http://www.smartqualityparts.com

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