Subaru is recalling 448,000 vehicles to stop the rear stabilizer brackets from coming loose.
Inconsistent bracket dimensions resulted inkeep reading article "Subaru Recalls Loose Stabilizer Brackets in 448,000 Vehicles"
easily predicatable"larger than anticipated" gaps between the bracket and the frame.…
Subaru isn't pulling any punches when placing blame for their latest recall.
They say "a single associate" was found using "an improper torque wrench technique" while tightening a cable nut in the CVT select lever of the 2021 Impreza and Outback. That's going to be an awkward next performance review. If left loose, the gear selector may not function properly.…keep reading article "Single Factory Worker Linked to Latest Transmission Recall for 2021 Impreza and Outback"
Subaru did the right thing by recalling over 200,000 vehicles
that are at risk of stalling out because of a defect in their Denso fuel pumps. But did they skip over another 188,000 vehicles with the same risks?…keep reading article "What About the Rest Of Us? Lawsuit Wonder Why Subaru's Fuel Pump Recall Skipped Over 188,000 Owners"
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.…keep reading article "Over 200,000 Subaru Vehicles Recalled Because their Denso Fuel Pumps Are Failing"
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.…keep reading article "2019 Crosstreks Recalled to Replace Rear Seat Belt Assemblies"
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