Subaru discovered problems with a stoplight in the Forester and ImprezaMarch 4, 2019
The company announces a major review in the Japanese market. It will include 306,728 Subaru Forester and Impreza, released from September 19, 2008 to March 29, 2017.
These models have a malfunction of the brake light switch. As Subaru notes, due to the fumes of silicone cleaning products, car cosmetics, etc., a switch may form on the switch contacts, which degrades conductivity. As a result, the brake light may not work.
The service centers will replace the brake light switch. To date, 1399 incidents are known. There were no accidents related to the problem.
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