1. A group of 2019 models equipped with Denso low-pressure fuel pumps have been recalled after multiple reports of the engine stalling out.

    The impellers inside the pumps may have been excessively exposed to a drying agent during manufacturing.…

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  2. Subaru says the rear seat belt assemblies in the 2019 Crosstrek aren't going to properly protect people in a crash.

    They believe the pawl springs were improperly installed in about 5,500 vehicles.…

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  3. An investigation looking into OCS airbag-related problems in Subaru's 4th generation Forester has been closed following a recall.

    In the 2015-2018 model years, the passenger airbag would remain disabled even if a passenger was sitting in the seat.…

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  4. Just a month after Powell v. Subaru, a second lawsuit is accusing the automaker of selling cars with defective windshields.

    The plaintiffs say the use of "acoustic glass" in the windshields seems to correspond with the uptick in complaints.…

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  5. The lawsuit says Subaru refuses to pay for repairs under warranty even though the cracks are not being caused by an external force, but some internal defect.

    Additionally, the cost to replace the windshield skyrockets because the EyeSight system needs to be recalibrated each time.

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  6. Some 4th generation Forester owners say the passenger airbags will stay off, even when there's a passenger in the seat.

    This is likely a sensor issue in the vehicle's capacitive occupant classification system (OCS).…

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  7. Subaru is recalling 783,000 vehicles to replace dangerous Takata airbag inflators.

    This campaign is part of an industry-wide effort involving more than a dozen automakers and 1.7 million vehicles. The chemical inside of Takata airbag inflators can become unstable over time, leading to violent and sometimes deadly airbag deployments. The recall is for both driver and passenger side inflators in certain 2010-2014 model years, but is limited to certain states.

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  8. A lawsuit filed in New Jersey is tired of waiting around for software updates to Subaru’s STARLINK system to solve any of the wide ranging problems owners are experiencing.

    Subaru customers also complain about turning off the engines with the Starlink screens frozen, resulting in drained batteries that strand drivers. In addition, there is a clear and present safety issue if a driver relies on a frozen backup camera screen believing the image is in real time.

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