Subaru Recalls 2019 Impreza, Outback, Ascent, and Legacy for Stall Risk

Subaru is recalling 188,000 2019 vehicles due to faulty fuel pumps that may cause the engine to stall.

Specifically, owners of 2019 Subaru Impreza sedans and hatchbacks, Outback wagons, Legacy sedans, and Ascent SUVs are affected by this latest safety recall.

Drivers may experience a stalled engine to stall and could be at risk of being in a collision if the vehicle is in motion when the fuel pump fails. The problem may develop due to a crack in the fuel pump, according to Consumer Reports.

If your vehicle’s engine runs rough, shakes or makes unusually loud noises you may want to see if the check engine light has been illuminated on the dashboard. Some owners may find their vehicle will not start. At this time, Subaru has not received any reports about collisions or injuries related to this issue.

The recall work is scheduled to begin June 5, 2020. Owners of affected vehicles may contact Subaru dealers to schedule an appointment or call the manufacturer at 844-373-6614. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration campaign number: 20V218. Subaru’s number for this recall is WRD-20.

List of Recalled Vehicles

• 2019 Subaru Impreza hatchbacks and sedans manufactured from June 18, 2018, through Feb. 25, 2019
• 2019 Subaru Outback wagons and Legacy sedans manufactured from June 29, 2018, through Feb. 19, 2019
• 2019 Subaru Ascent SUVs manufactured from June 26, 2018, through Feb. 18, 2019

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