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    Hi I am a new sti owner just bought it today dont even get it until next saturday.Just looking for maintence advice and learning how to use this fourm.Any winter care advice would be great

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    change the oil every 3750 miles...and keep a close ear to that turbo

    keep an eye on the headgaskets, thermostat housing, and radiator cap.

    As far as winter care, whats the coldest it gets where you live? do you drive through snow?

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    yeah losts of snow and it can get down to -20 at night usally -8 in the day when ill be driving the most

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    you might want to check out a battery warmer, ensures your car will start when it is very cold...as for tires, I would check tirerack.com.

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