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    Forester XSN Boxer D

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  1. Thanks again, looks like I'll need to do a lot of reading up now
  2. Great thanks stants, I already have a genuine Vagcom lead for my Audi so can I use that for the Subaru and if so where do I get the software to run it on the Subaru? I'm not very clued up on these things so a link to software would be great
  3. Thanks for the reply stands, do you mean Vagcom?
  4. Looking for a diagnostics tool for my 2009 SH Forester diesel. Would like something that will clear faults and able reset oil dilution values after a service Would prefer something that isn't phone based What do you guys recommend?
  5. Glad you're sorted, they're nice tyres
  6. I fitted Michelin Crossclimate to my Forester over a year ago and they have been faultless in that time. They've had several trips into the Scottish Highlands during the winter last year through Rannoch Moor and Glencoe
  7. Not that I'm aware of, it's really a pretty basic crap system with no adjustments.
  8. OEM sensors are Waeco labelled as Subaru
  9. Thanks for the reply, I'll look into your suggestions and post the results
  10. 2010 Forrester SH with genuine Subaru brakes but as I only use the car occasionally I find the brakes poor compared to my other vehicle, it seems the pads don't have enough stopping power to give me confidence in them. Does anyone know of any upgraded pads they could recommend
  11. The Subaru main dealer to the south of Glasgow quoted me £1500 for a clutch replacement last year, so I spoke to the garage that's done my MOTs for the past 30 years and they came back with a price of less than £800 for supply & fitting a new clutch plate and Sachs DMF