1. Subaru is recalling 3,200 brand new vehicles for a problem that could eventually lead to a fire.

    Subaru says proper tightening procedures weren't followed for the nuts that secure the propeller shaft to the rear differential. The automaker blames the problem on an improper use of the torque wrench.

    Looks like somebody in the Subaru factory is going back to "Torque Wrench 101." So how do some loose nuts lead to a fire? It's simple, really.…

    keep reading article "Gas Leaks Blamed on Torque Wrench Usage in Factory"
  2. Subaru has recalled some 2015-2016 Legacys and Outbacks for a manufacturing error in the propeller shaft connected to the transmission.

    [Subaru] says the seal cap and seal may be deformed inside the propeller shaft yoke, a problem that can cause transmission fluid to leak.

    That leaking transmission fluid can hit the hot exhaust pipe and start a fire. Car fires are no yoke.…

    keep reading article "Transmission Leaks and Fires Prompt Recall"
  3. Did you hear about the strange recall Subaru issued for the 2012 Impreza?

    It involves airbags, metal and phone chargers. Subaru is recalling the cars after finding what can only be described as a strange cause for the airbag failures. The automaker says the airbag occupant detection system can fail if a front seat passenger uses a cell phone or other device that is plugged into the power outlet.

    keep reading article "Subaru's Airbags Disabled by Cell Phones?"

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