Thousands Of Subaru Vehicles Are Being Recalled. If You Own Any 2021 Crosstrek, 2022 Forester, 2021-2023 Legacy, and Outback Vehicles, You May Be At Risk.

If you or someone you know owns a Subaru Vehicle, your vehicle may be one of 95,000 to receive a recall notice from Subaru of America, Inc. Please Click Here, call us at (844) 431-0695, or email us at to discuss your legal options.

Subaru has announced a recall of approximately 95,830 vehicles with switch failure dangers. The defective design of the inoperative inhibitor switch may prevent the reverse lights from illuminating and the rearview camera image from displaying. The recall published on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) notes “An insufficient weld may allow water to enter the inhibitor switch, causing it to fail”. Over time, moisture intrusion may cause the inhibitor switch to become inoperative. An inoperative inhibitor switch may result in the backup lamps not illuminating when in reverse gear, the rear-view monitor not displaying, the transmission gear select indicator in the instrument panel not being displayed, or inability to start the engine. Such a defect places drivers in harm’s way.

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