More than 100,000 Subaru vehicles have been recalled by the auto maker due to a malfunctioning turbocharger air pump that may overheat and cause a fire.
Some of Subaru Motors America‘s top-selling vehicles are subject to the recall including some 2007 to 2009 Legacy and Outback cars, certain 2008 to 2014 Imprezas and 2009 to 2013 Foresters. The vehicles affected all have turbocharged engines that may that been known to catch fire when a relay controlling a secondary air injection pump fails. When this happens, the pump may run continuously, overheat and then melt and catch on fire.
Although there are no known injuries, Subaru states it knows of two fires. If your vehicle is affected by the recall, Subaru dealers will replace and relay at no cost to owners.
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If you are the owner of a Subaru Outback, Forrester, Impreza or Legacy and are having problems that are a safety concern or have made at least four attempts to get your vehicle repaired at an authorized repair facility for the same problems, our attorney would like to speak with you.
Our California Lemon Law Firm can explain how this works and protect your legal rights in a free consultation at 800-235-6801. Johnson Attorneys Group has handled cases for unsatisfied Ford owners and we have extensive experience with lemon law.
There is no cost for you to speak with the attorney and if we represent you and get you a settlement or a buy back, the manufacturer will separately pay our attorney fees as required under lemon law statutes.
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