Subaru Issues two recalls for 400,000 vehicles in United States

Subaru Issues two recalls for 400,000 vehicles in United StatesTwo Recalls by Subaru for Impreza, Crosstrek Vehicles

Two recalls totaling 466,205 late-model Imprezas and Crosstreks vehicles were issued recently by Subaru of America.

The auto maker told the National Highway Traffic and Safety Information Administration that the vehicles were a safety risk to consumers, but so far there are no reports of collisions.

The first recall covers 2017, 2018 and 2019 Subaru Imprezas and 2018 to 2019 Subaru Crosstreks, the report said. The affected vehicles are experiencing problems related to the engine. Subaru stated that after the engine is shut off there may still be power to the ignition that could result in a short circuit and blown fuse.

Also, if the short circuit takes place while the vehicle is being used, it is possible there could be a higher risk of crash.

Subaru’s second recall is for its 2017 to 2019 Imprezas and the 2018 Crosstrek vehicles. The problem with these vehicles is the Positive Crankcase Ventilation values could come apart and the debris from this could end up falling into the engine. If that happens, there could be a power loss while the consumer is operating the vehicle and this could result in a crash.

The recalls are scheduled to begin on Dec. 13th. Subaru owners should be notified by the auto maker to bring their vehicle to a dealersship for repairs.

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