Subaru Recalls 100K Turbocharged Cars Over Fire Risk
Subaru is calling back 100,000 turbocharged vehicles over a fire risk.
The secondary air injection pump found in these turbocharged vehicles can fail, causing it to overheat and melt, potentially leading to a fire. Subaru says it has two reports of fires related to the problem.
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The recall covers the Legacy and Outback from 2007 to 2009 along with the 2009-2013 Forester and 2008-2014 Impreza.
Dealers will replace the secondary air injection pump to fix the issue. The brand hasn’t announced a timeline for when the recall will begin.
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