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Old 09-20-2011, 12:00 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience yet with this new control arm recall?


http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/recalls...rue&refurl=rss

For details on my situation so far check out my thread in the WTB forum:


http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...php?p=35118688



I’m looking for some opinions/experiences on how Subaru usually is with covering stuff like this retroactively. Basically, should I just eat it and buy a new control arm, or should I risk it and pay to have the dealer tow & repair… and wait around for months hoping for a check.
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Old 09-20-2011, 08:00 PM   #2
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If your car is or was ever registered in the 20 states + DC, then Subaru will cover it no problem. Your best bet is to go ahead and call your local dealer. We don't have the official bulletin/instructions/parts inventory yet, but they should be able to get a control arm released for you since your car is down.
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Old 09-22-2011, 12:37 AM   #3
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ive been going back and forth from the local dealer and SOA and they really arent being very helpful at all. car was previously registered and bought in MA (used), and currently registered in CT.

i think i am just going to drive my race car to work for a couple weeks until the official bulletin/vin range is released.
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Old 09-22-2011, 06:39 AM   #4
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Not to sound stupid, but does the "Impreza" also refer to WRX's and STi's?
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Old 09-22-2011, 10:17 AM   #5
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Not to sound stupid, but does the "Impreza" also refer to WRX's and STi's?
Yes it refers to them as well as they are still an Impreza. Except this is for any Impreza that came with the Steel Control Arms. STi's would not be part of this recall because they came with Aluminum Control Arms.
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Old 12-10-2011, 11:29 AM   #6
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I just had the control arms checked by a dealer the other day and they said they were fine but they removed all of them to put some anti-rust coating on the insides. I don't see that they did an alignment afterwards. Would removing the arms throw off alignment?
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Old 12-10-2011, 06:06 PM   #7
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the recall is for all 02-07 impreza and wrx and 03 to 08 foresters....
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Old 12-10-2011, 06:23 PM   #8
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I'm wondering about alignment too, I'm due for one but don't wanna pay if I can get it for free with a less rusty control arm
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Old 12-10-2011, 07:05 PM   #9
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to riverfever. when i perform a control arm recall what we do is we have a special tool from Subaru that actually is a spring loaded punch that we take a punch the control arms with. If after you punch it and you can stick a paper clip in the hole then we replace the controls arms. if you can not fit a paper clip in the hole then we rust proof the control arms inside and out but we leave them ON THE VEHICLE. so no alignment is needed. so the service writer could just not know what they were talking about.
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I just had the control arms checked by a dealer the other day and they said they were fine but they removed all of them to put some anti-rust coating on the insides. I don't see that they did an alignment afterwards. Would removing the arms throw off alignment?
I doubt that they were taken off for the coating process - the official process doesn't call for it, just check the arms for rust-through, then spray with oil (inside and out) and then wax the outside.

As far as the alignment concerns go, the control arm mounting hardware should be tightened while the suspension is under load, and the last step in the FSM procedure for R&R of the transverse link is to check and adjust alignment as needed. This is only a concern if the control arms are getting replaced.

If they didn't throw it on an alignment rack, take it back. You don't want to run the risk of trashing a set of tires and then trying to get your dealer to pay for it. Also, if the bushings were tightened on a 2-post lift they'll wear funny too.
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Old 12-13-2011, 09:38 PM   #11
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That makes total sense. The service writer did say they had to put something inside the control arms and I assumed they had to remove them to do so. The dealer actually just called tonight to check on how the whole thing was and I mentioned the concern. She said she didn't know but told me to come down and they'd throw it on an alignment rack so I probably will just to be safe as I just did get new snow tires.

Thanks everyone. Much appreciated.
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I see this recall done every single day across the shop at the dealership I work at. They have a tool thats spring loaded and gets unleashed on both front lower control arms. The tip is almost "spear-like" and if penetrates the control arm in any way they replaced the arms, and then AND ONLY then they align your vehicle. Being a tech at a dealership sucks in many ways especially warranty work, It pays ****. So even if that tool does somewhat break/penetrate the arm, they most likely will blow it off and just spray the undercoating on it and roll it. ...Just sayin.

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Old 12-15-2011, 08:34 PM   #13
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I'm back from my recall appointment. The ticket says,"front lower control arms inspect, punch test (passed) and rustproof / both sides"

Last night I looked at the arms and I saw that there was rustproofing already on them from Ziebart. It's due for it's yearly rust inspection and touch up. I also noticed a minimal amount of rust on the seams of the arms regardless. Unless Subaru has some magic potion in their rust proofing that is better than Ziebart (I doubt it) they will rust no matter what!

This car has been parked outside every winter since I got it back in 2003. They use tons and tons of salt and sand on the roads around here. I plan on keeping this car as long as possible. The only rust on my car in on all the welds under the body and these arms.

My question is, are the aluminum arms still available? And is there some way I can deal with the rust on the welds?
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Old 12-15-2011, 09:10 PM   #14
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I see this recall done every single day across the shop at the dealership I work at. They have a tool thats spring loaded and gets unleashed on both front lower control arms. The tip is almost "spear-like" and if penetrates the control arm in any way they replaced the arms, and then AND ONLY then they align your vehicle. Being a tech at a dealership sucks in many ways especially warranty work, It pays ****. So even if that tool does somewhat break/penetrate the arm, they most likely will blow it off and just spray the undercoating on it and roll it. ...Just sayin.

EDIT: Sorry, didn't see your post dsmn.

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So basically you're saying that dealership techs are lazy and unscrupulous hacks who are willing to put their paycheck before their customer's safety?

I'm sure your co-workers appreciate it. I know I do.


We get paid .7 hours to put your car on a lift, punch test the top and bottom of your control arms, and (assuming they aren't rusted through) spray the inside and outside of the control arm mounting ear with oil, then coat the outside with wax.

If your control arms fail (either of them), then both get replaced. If the tech is smart, they will spray the control arm mounting hardware with penetrating oil and break ALL of the nuts/bolts loose, then order whatever parts are needed. If the control arms aren't in stock, the car can be pushed/driven out.

Control arm replacement pays 2.5 hours under this recall, more if there is resulting damage - broken sway bar end links, ball joints, knuckles, etc...
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I am a dealership tech... I just work for Honda. And I never said anything of the sort. It's just customer pay is always a lot better than warranty, we actually base our CP on 2 - 2.5x what warranty time is. Yea there are always techs that are "hacks", and some that can sleep better knowing they did the right thing. What would you classify yourself huh?!

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I am a dealership tech... I just work for Honda. And I never said anything of the sort. It's just customer pay is always a lot better than warranty, we actually base our CP on 2 - 2.5x what warranty time is. Yea there are always techs that are "hacks", and some that can sleep better knowing they did the right thing. What would you classify yourself huh?!

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Being a tech at a dealership sucks in many ways especially warranty work, It pays ****. So even if that tool does somewhat break/penetrate the arm, they most likely will blow it off and just spray the undercoating on it and roll it. ...Just sayin.
It sure as hell sounds like you were just sayin that your Subaru techs would most likely blow off dangerous control arm repair in order to save a few minutes of time.
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Maybe like one of them out of their team, I'm just saying. You know as well as I do that there are some flat rate techs that won't "upsell" warranty work because they're pieces of crap and worry more about money. I'm guessing your one of those guys at the shop that thinks they're the **** and never make mistakes right? Sure sounds like it by the way you're getting all worked up about a warranty recall... I bet you can still get a good night sleep when you sell those fuel injector cleaner services for an hour labor while you sit on your ass though.

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Old 12-16-2011, 02:32 PM   #18
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2007 STI is exempt from this by the way (per Van Bortel Subaru checking VIN)
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Yeah... aluminum doesn't tend to rust through as much.

edit: and I really hope they didn't have to actually check the VIN for that.
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It sure as hell sounds like you were just sayin that your Subaru techs would most likely blow off dangerous control arm repair in order to save a few minutes of time.
no kidding. im a toyota tech and theres no way that would fly in our dealership.

not with how many recalls toyota has.

now after i take my car in that writer is going to get blasted with so many questions. and im going to want a tsb technical instruction sheet printed for me to have. so i know what "was supposed to be done" actually is done.

i suggest everyone do the same.

i know you can cover a dent or fill a hole in a lca with rustproofing.

double check the dealers work every time.
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Old 12-17-2011, 12:02 AM   #21
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Maybe like one of them out of their team, I'm just saying. You know as well as I do that there are some flat rate techs that won't "upsell" warranty work because they're pieces of crap and worry more about money. I'm guessing your one of those guys at the shop that thinks they're the **** and never make mistakes right? Sure sounds like it by the way you're getting all worked up about a warranty recall... I bet you can still get a good night sleep when you sell those fuel injector cleaner services for an hour labor while you sit on your ass though.

You're a douche. Please DIAF.


There are definitely techs who don't want to have anything to do with warranty work - however you know as well as I do that warranty work is still dollars on the paycheck. I'm a dealer tech at a Subaru shop in Florida... it's not like we're slammed with business all the time to the point where we're turning away work.

You should also know that warranty work pays more than what it should take to do the job. The wiper motor cover recall we've been doing lately is a perfectly good example. From the time the hood goes up on the car I can walk into parts and get the new cover and have the job completed in 8 minutes. It pays 30. 16 of those in a day, all lined up, would take me just under 3 hours and I'd get paid 8. Sign me up.

2.5 hours is what the control arm testing and replacement pays, iirc. Granted we're working with rust buckets here, but it really shouldn't take that long. Our alignment rack is 2 doors down in another building, so I have to drive over there to check the alignment, but even so it's not like it's all that time consuming. You don't even have to remove the wheels to replace the control arms. Subaru will pay extra if you have to break out the torches or a drill.


Fuel induction services are good money - little work and yeah, it pays well, however I never recommend them unless there's an idle quality issue on an older car. The service writers will sell them because they're paid on commission, but if you looked through hundreds of repair orders with my name on them I bet you would be able to count on one hand the number of times I've recommended the service.

Why don't I try to sell the crap out of them? Because it's not something I'd do to my own vehicle even if I didn't have to pay for it.

So how do I get a good night's sleep? I get a good night's sleep because I know that I put the customer's best interests first. I take the time to explain when a customer has a question. I'm honest with the customer and let them know what order I'd do the repairs if they can't afford to do them all at once. Just yesterday a good customer was in asking for wiper blades, and I asked the service advisor to look up his history and see when we replaced them last because I wanted to make sure the customer wasn't paying out of pocket if it's possible for his failing wiper blades to get covered under warranty, which they were. I get a good night's sleep because I know I did my best to earn a new customer's repeat business by staying late, driving to where she had a tire blow out, swapping on her spare tire, then swapping all four wheels off our new service loaner car (unregistered at the time so we couldn't put her in it) onto her car so that she could make it to her first day at a new job in the morning.

I get a good night's sleep because I know I'm not a dishonest, lazy, unethical hack of a technician. I value my customers and I try my very best to make sure I don't screw up, however when I do screw up I try my best to rectify the situation and earn back their trust. If a customer feels like watching me work, I invite them to. I would prefer they wait in the lounge or take the shuttle somewhere else, but the customer is the number one priority.

I'm not keen on the thought of working on a rusted out old car, but the thought of intentionally sending the customer out the door in an unsafe vehicle is unacceptable.

If you don't feel the same way, please find a different line of work.
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Lol, well dont get too worked up about it, I feel the same way. I was just commenting on what I see over there and how theyre hacks. You seem like you have your **** together but not everyone does and it pisses me off when I see it. And the next fire I see, I'll glady jump in it to make you happy baby.
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Maybe like one of them out of their team, I'm just saying. You know as well as I do that there are some flat rate techs that won't "upsell" warranty work because they're pieces of crap and worry more about money. I'm guessing your one of those guys at the shop that thinks they're the **** and never make mistakes right? Sure sounds like it by the way you're getting all worked up about a warranty recall... I bet you can still get a good night sleep when you sell those fuel injector cleaner services for an hour labor while you sit on your ass though.

and there is a reason that you get paid an hour to do an injector cleaning. that car is sitting there in your rack for an hour taking up your stall that you could use to work on your next job. if you have no where to work you have no where to work so you should get paid for that job.
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You're a douche. Please DIAF.


There are definitely techs who don't want to have anything to do with warranty work - however you know as well as I do that warranty work is still dollars on the paycheck. I'm a dealer tech at a Subaru shop in Florida... it's not like we're slammed with business all the time to the point where we're turning away work.

You should also know that warranty work pays more than what it should take to do the job. The wiper motor cover recall we've been doing lately is a perfectly good example. From the time the hood goes up on the car I can walk into parts and get the new cover and have the job completed in 8 minutes. It pays 30. 16 of those in a day, all lined up, would take me just under 3 hours and I'd get paid 8. Sign me up.

2.5 hours is what the control arm testing and replacement pays, iirc. Granted we're working with rust buckets here, but it really shouldn't take that long. Our alignment rack is 2 doors down in another building, so I have to drive over there to check the alignment, but even so it's not like it's all that time consuming. You don't even have to remove the wheels to replace the control arms. Subaru will pay extra if you have to break out the torches or a drill.


Fuel induction services are good money - little work and yeah, it pays well, however I never recommend them unless there's an idle quality issue on an older car. The service writers will sell them because they're paid on commission, but if you looked through hundreds of repair orders with my name on them I bet you would be able to count on one hand the number of times I've recommended the service.

Why don't I try to sell the crap out of them? Because it's not something I'd do to my own vehicle even if I didn't have to pay for it.

So how do I get a good night's sleep? I get a good night's sleep because I know that I put the customer's best interests first. I take the time to explain when a customer has a question. I'm honest with the customer and let them know what order I'd do the repairs if they can't afford to do them all at once. Just yesterday a good customer was in asking for wiper blades, and I asked the service advisor to look up his history and see when we replaced them last because I wanted to make sure the customer wasn't paying out of pocket if it's possible for his failing wiper blades to get covered under warranty, which they were. I get a good night's sleep because I know I did my best to earn a new customer's repeat business by staying late, driving to where she had a tire blow out, swapping on her spare tire, then swapping all four wheels off our new service loaner car (unregistered at the time so we couldn't put her in it) onto her car so that she could make it to her first day at a new job in the morning.

I get a good night's sleep because I know I'm not a dishonest, lazy, unethical hack of a technician. I value my customers and I try my very best to make sure I don't screw up, however when I do screw up I try my best to rectify the situation and earn back their trust. If a customer feels like watching me work, I invite them to. I would prefer they wait in the lounge or take the shuttle somewhere else, but the customer is the number one priority.

I'm not keen on the thought of working on a rusted out old car, but the thought of intentionally sending the customer out the door in an unsafe vehicle is unacceptable.

If you don't feel the same way, please find a different line of work.


ditto for me
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Just had my arms done,I'm driving the car home, the steering wheel is no longer straight like it was before even though my receipt says Subaru paid the dealer to align N/C to me! Call up when I get home they say bring it back. I sit around, they align it, and give me the printout, it's ok now. I complain and they tell me they don't usually align the. Yeah...I guess they don't road test them either! I read where one moron, a Subie tech says you don't need to align them, you can mark the arms w/ a Sharpie! Yeah...right...like there's no play in the bolt holes? I know there are good techs out there, but this is crazy. Now I'm gonna' have my mechanic toss it on the lift to make sure they didn't mess up any of the dust boots or whatever when they were working on it...my $$$! This car has 100K miles or so. At 85 K, I do the timing belt, the heads were leaking coolant, fixed that with the sealer. 2 steering pumps so far, are you kidding me? I would NEVER EVER buy another Subaru. If they offered me one at 1/2 price, I wouldn't want it. The 2010-11's the moonroof can fall on you, the wiper motor can overheat and stop? All you need is a helmut and a squeegee, and a tow truck following you, and you can go anywhere!
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