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Anyone know of a Denver Subie dealer or specialist that does oil changes while you wait? I have been doing my service at Shortline, but they can't even schedule an oil change within 10 days, and then they always want you to leave the car there all day. Any ideas for a quick and reliable service? The closer to downtown the better.

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We aren't in Downtown but if you want to come see us over at Speedy Roo in Aurora we can typically get you taken care of while you wait. Give us a call at 303-343-3619 and tell them Andrew sent you.
 

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Just stay away from those quicky lube places, stick with a place like wolfman79 is telling you about that's familiar with Subaru's. It's far to easy for a novice to drop the tranny filter by mistake and put back in the wrong type of fluid without telling you.
 

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Its not Denver. But Subaru of Loveland does my oil changes while I wait. Most of the time they can fit me in the same day I call.
Stay away from these guys!! Maybe ok for regular oil changes, but they absolutely SCREWED ME on a clutch replacement. I specifically asked for Subaru parts. They put in a NAPA clutch without telling me, the bill and parts sheet they gave me just had parts numbers on a Subaru print out. Didn't say NAPA anywhere on there. When the NAPA clutch gave out in less than 5,000 miles, they wouldn't warranty it and told me to go to NAPA. SOA was no help either.

Just a warning, that is what I have dealt with.
 

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Stay away from these guys!! Maybe ok for regular oil changes, but they absolutely SCREWED ME on a clutch replacement. I specifically asked for Subaru parts. They put in a NAPA clutch without telling me, the bill and parts sheet they gave me just had parts numbers on a Subaru print out. Didn't say NAPA anywhere on there. When the NAPA clutch gave out in less than 5,000 miles, they wouldn't warranty it and told me to go to NAPA. SOA was no help either.

Just a warning, that is what I have dealt with.
I'm surprised. Thy have been a joy to deal with since day 1 with my car. I got my car there and they were hands down the best dealer experience I have ever had anywhere. I had problems with the windshield when it was new and they sent out a auto glass guy to were I was working and replaced it. But i have had some of my friends with WRXs tell me there really just GM mechanics and i should talk to the Subi dealer in Boulder for any real work.
 

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I'm glad you've had a great experience! That's fantastic. Just wanted to relay what happened to me. Oh, and I was dealing directly with their service manager.
 
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