Subaru issued three separate recalls last month. One was a recall of almost 70,000 Outback and Legacy models from 2011 because the glass portion of the moonroof might fly off. The automaker told NHTSA there wasn’t enough adhesive applied to the glass portion of the moonroof on the vehicles assembled from Aug. 3, 2010 to July 1, 2011.
Two earlier recalls covered almost 500,000 vehicles. One of these recalls affects 195,000 Legacy and Outback models from the 2010-11 model years. This recall was to fix a wiper motor that may overheat and catch fire.
The third recall, covering about 295,000 vehicles, includes the 2002–07 Impreza, 2003–08 Forester and 2005-06 Saab 9-2x, which is based on the Impreza. Subaru says a front control arm may break if corroded, making the vehicle difficult to control.
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