Urgent recall of popular Subaru models as 57,000 cars have a fault that could STOP the car dead in traffic and cause a fatal accident
Popular Subaru models have been urgently recalled by Australia’s consumer watched as more than 57,000 cars have a potentially deadly fault.
The Subaru Impreza models made between 2017-2019 and Subaru XV models from 2018- 2019 were issued with a recall notice on Thursday.
‘Due to improper Engine Control Module (ECM) programming, the ignition coil may overheat, creating a short circuit which may blow the ignition coil fuse,’ The Australian competition and consumer commission said in a statement.
‘If the ignition coil fuse blows, the engine may stop while driving and not restart. This can increase the risk of an accident, causing serious injury or death to vehicle occupants and other road users.’
Subaru Impreza (pictured) models from 2017 to 2019 have been recalled due to a potentially deadly fault
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