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Car news | 06.07.2014 - 00:14

Subaru Recall: More than 660,000 Vehicles affected

More than 660,000 vehicles are affected by this new Subaru recall.
Subaru recall

More than 660,000 vehicles are affected by this new Subaru recall. Affected are model-years 2005-2009 Outback wagons and Legacy sedans, model-years 2008-2011 Imprezas, model-years 2008-2014 WRX and WRX STIs and model-years 2009-2013 Forester crossovers.

 

All the affected vehicles are currently registered or were at some time registered in Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia.

 

As you can see, road salt is used in these states and the problem with the affected vehicle is that saltwater may splash on the brake lines and may make them corrode over time. This may increase collision hazards, as well as injury hazards.

 

The automaker will notify all affected owners about the Subaru recall, soon. The dealers will test the brake system and will see whether fluid leaks are possible, if yes, all the affected vehicles will be repaired at no cost to the consumers. If you are a Subaru owner, you may contact the automaker at 800-782-2783 for more details.

 

Legal Help

 

If you want to get more safety-recall news and updates, you can regularly visit the blog of The Margarian Law Firm. As for legal help concerning your defective or Lemon vehicle, you can contact Hovanes Margarian and get a free case evaluation. Mr. Margarian works on a contingency fee basis which means that you do not have to pay the attorney’s fees to the attorney for the legal help. All the money will be collected from the manufacturer if your attorney wins the case for you. If the case is not won, this time, again, you will not have to pay any money to anybody.

 

 

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