Where does it state that? My Maintenance Manual is in my car, which is in for PCV valve replacement, finally, so, I cannot look... but I don't recall seeing that when I glanced at it early on.Why does Subaru maintenance schedule actually state to replace the fuel system lines and connections at the early age of 30,000 miles? I never heard of such a thing. Are they that fragile?
It is listed as replace on mysubaru.com service maintenance schedule for my 2019 Limited. Curiosuly, my printed manual says inspect. My dealer says the 30000 is just inspect (which makes much more sense to me). My research indicates the concern may involve ethanol in the fuel.
kinda like our push button start.On the subject of old British Roadsters this reminds me of my old Austin Healy Sprite 1966... the same as a MG Midget! Well being rusty with a positive ground there was quite a trick to getting her started. In this order this is what had to be done... turn on ign key. Turn radio on. Turn key to the right(cranking position) and hold while you turned the flasher on and it cranked and started... try and figure out where that ground plane routed itself. LOL
Other than to ignore the error for now, no. Not yet.
Kudos to Subaru for acting so quickly. Typically a large corp takes much longer to complete the correction. And thanks for your help on this.