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Car news | 13.07.2014 - 23:59

Subaru Recall: Baja, Impreza, Legacy and Outback affected

Subaru recall affects nearly 8,600 vehicles. All the vehicles are equipped with front passenger airbag inflators that were manufactured by the supplier Takata.
Subaru Recall

Subaru recall affects nearly 8,600 vehicles. Included in the recall are the following models:

 

  • Model-years 2003-2004 Subaru Legacy, Outback and Baja vehicles
  • Model-year 2004 Impreza vehicles, including WRX and WRX STI versions

All the vehicles are equipped with front passenger airbag inflators that were manufactured by the supplier Takata.

 

The problem that affects all these vehicles is that excessive internal pressure may make the airbag inflator rupture when the airbag deploys. If this condition occurs, the metal fragments of the airbag may hit the passenger s, resulting in serious injuries and even fatalities. Hence, with this Subaru recall, the automaker joined several other automakers whose vehicles are also affected by the issue.

 

The automaker has not provided a schedule for notification letters; however, all the affected owners will be contacted soon. The dealers will inspect affected vehicles and replace the faulty inflators free of charge. Concerned owners may contact the automaker at 800-782-2783 for more details.

 

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. Call The Margarian Law Firm at (818) 553-1000 for more information.

 

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