Subaru recalls Impreza and Crosstrek due to problems with enginesOctober 29, 2019
Subaru Impreza and Crosstrek received two separate reviews in the United States of America. For forced maintenance, models released between 2017 and 2019 will be sent. The reason was a possible problem with the engine control module.
Subaru and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the United States have announced the need to recall the Crosstrek and Impreza 2017-2019 models. According to the official version, the engine control module can continue to twist the starter, despite the engine running. This may result in a blown fuse and a short in the vehicle wiring.
In addition, if a circuit occurs during movement, the car may lose power or completely stall. This greatly increases the risk of an accident. However, now there is not a single recorded accident that occurred due to this malfunction.
As part of the recall campaign, ECU diagnostics and flashing will be carried out. The ignition coil will also be diagnosed and replaced if necessary. A total of 466,025 vehicles will be recalled.
Another 205,000 Crosstrek and Impreza vehicles will be recalled due to a possible failure of the PCV valve. It may cause increased oil consumption.
All work is carried out exclusively by the automaker. The recall affects only the United States, similar campaigns in other countries are not reported.
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