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Old 12-08-2000, 10:57 PM   #1
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Location: Silver Spring, MD, USA
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Exclamation Voluntary Recall of MY01 Legacy L, GT and Outback

In case anyone missed it:

Voluntary Recall of MY01 Legacy L, GT and Outback

CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP) -- Subaru of America Inc. announced Friday the voluntary recall of certain 2001 Subaru Legacy vehicles.

The recall involves the inspection of fuel hoses, rear center seat belts and right front wheel bearing housings on some models, including Legacy L, GT and Outback.

The company said layers on the fuel hose may separate, causing it to leak. The hose recall affects 1,456 vehicles.

Subaru will check 1,977 cars to check for a casting flaw in the right front bearing housing that could lead to loss of vehicle control.

The company will also inspect 368 Legacy sedan vehicles with beige interiors to replace the rear-center seat belt, which may not extend to the full length.

The problems were found during quality-assurance testing, the company said. There have been no accidents or injuries, Subaru said.

Registered owners of vehicles potentially affected by the recall campaigns will be notified by mail. All repairs will be made at dealerships at no charge to the owners.


BRAVO Subaru! Sure, in my utopia cars would be perfect. Given the recent problems with Mitsubishi and Ford, it's refreshing to see a company own up to problems and fix them without being forced by a regulatory authority.


..Mike . 00 GT wagon . Silver Spring MD USA
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