The feedback covers as many as 466,205 late-model Imprezas and Crosstreks, Subaru said in a statement to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Information Administration.
consequences 2017-2019 Imprezas and 2018-2019 Crosstreks, and relates to the engine. Subaru may continue to ignite after the engine is switched off, which may cause a short circuit and blown fuse. use.
The second recall of
applies to the Imprezas for 2017-2019, but only Crosstrek vehicles in 2018, Subaru said. These vehicles are equipped with Positive Crankcase Ventilation Valves that can come apart and cause debris to fall into the engine. This can result in loss of power while the vehicle is operating, which can increase the risk of an accident.
Both recalls are expected to start on December 13. Subaru will notify the owners if their vehicle needs to be inspected.
There have been no reported incidents of a crash that occurred because of these issues. Subaru gave the recall under a plethora of caution.