Subaru Headgasket Repair $900.00

Portland Mechanics

MDH Motors is offering Subaru Headgasket repair at or around $900.00. I have specialized in these vehicles for over 15 years and can offer a decent repair cost for you today. Prices may be less or more depending on what is replaced during the engine repair. There are a lot of parts involved in this repair that are overlapping for future repair and preventative maintenance.

Subaru Headgasket

Thing to know about this offer:

  • Prices may vary upon inspection
  • Does not apply for DOHC engines
  • Subaru 2.5L SOHC are usually 2000 and newer
  • 18/18 Warranty

Price Includes:

  • All upper engine gaskets
  • Thermostat and gasket
  • spark plugs
  • Engine oil and filter
  • Coolant
  • Inspect cylinder heads for machine re-surface needed

Other Parts or Services You May Need:

  • Drive Belts
  • Radiator hoses
  • Timing belt, waterpump, tensioner and idler pulleys (if needed)
  • Re-surface cylinder heads
  • Also includes complete vehicle inspection and advisement of other needed repairs

Please call for details or Contact Us for a complete estimate. Most headgasket repairs end up being over $900.00. The average price has been $1100.00 to $1200.00 depending on what all is needed. Typically there will be additional items needed depending on mileage and repair history.

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Martin Hand

About Martin Hand

ASE Certified L1 Advanced Mastertech. Martin Hand has over 15 years experience in Asian and European Import Auto Repair. Specializing in electrical diagnosis, engine performance, AT/MT transmission repair/rebuild. Martin is also pursuing a degree in Computers Science & Information Systems starting at Portland Community College while he plans to transfer to OIT. Certified in Java application level programming, experienced with other languages such as PHP, Ruby, JavaScript and Swift. Martin has future plans of automotive diagnostic software development. MDH Motors offers moderated guest posts! Click Here To Submit Your Article For Review Please feel free to Ask a Mechanic if you have not received a response for your comment within 72 hours, thank you.

2 Comments

  • Troy A. Dean says:

    I have a 97 outback 2.5 that needs a head gasket. It never over heated. The check engine light came on soi checked it out and it was low 1.5 quarts of oil. I filled up the oil and the car has sat I. The driveway since.

    I also check the oil later and there is no oil in the water but there is oil in the water.

    I don’t expect a hard quote but would appreciate a ballpark quote. Thank you, Troy A. Dean

    • Martin Hand Martin Hand says:

      Please contact me if you would like a quote. There are a lot of different scenarios that can play out when replacing headgaskets. The vehicle really has to be inspected first. Only in rare cases can this repair actually be around $900.00. The reason for this is because it is never just the headgaskets that need replaced, there is always some other parts that need replaced while performing the job and it just wouldn’t make since not doing these things while your in there.

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