Subaru has been issuing a recall for airbags for the 2014-2015 model year. The airbags have a design fault, which is a problem in airbags that doesn’t require a full frontal impact. The problem was described as a problem with the airbag sensor itself, and the company is voluntarily recalling the vehicles that have had the problem. The recall affects about 2.5 million vehicles in North America.
Subaru is voluntarily recalling the 2014-2015 model year vehicles with the problem, and the automaker is also taking the necessary steps to fix the problem. To see how to fix the problem, visit www.subaru.com/global/airbags-recall/airbag-recall.
The airbag recall is a symptom of a broader problem. As I think a lot about it, one of the things I feel most guilty about is the fact that I have no idea what I’m doing when it comes to my car. And when it comes to cars, I’m pretty bad about checking my car’s oil and getting an oil change every month. But I also feel that this is because my car is something I love and something that I’m so good at.
So, you’re thinking: “So what? I’m not that bad a driver.” But I feel that you’re right. It’s not about what I’m doing. It’s about what Im doing and what Im not doing. I feel like my car is like a big puzzle, a puzzle that I can only solve one way. And the one way I can solve is with a subaru airbag recall.
Subaru recalls airbags for a number of reasons, but many of them involve the possibility of causing a crash. You see, the airbag in your Subaru wasn’t originally designed to inflate, but some people with defective airbags have been able to inflate them. Subaru has a large recall effort underway to make sure people don’t get their cars to crash.
The recall is due to problems with the steering, throttle, and suspension systems in newer models. Subaru has already recalled about 14,000 cars and trucks with this recall and the numbers are still rising.
Subaru is not going to be able to recall a million cars in the same span of time. This is just the beginning of the recall attempt. Subaru will begin its recall effort around the end of this year.
Subaru has already recalled about 14,000 cars and trucks and is facing a much larger recall in the works. Subaru will begin its recall effort around the end of this year and the effort will be spread out across the country. The recall will affect about 5 million vehicles but will be much more widespread and far more serious than that.
Subaru says that in the event of a recall the most important thing is to report the recall to your local Subaru dealer. They are also offering a $200 reward for information leading to the recall. That’s good news, but it’s not a big deal. The fact that Subaru is making the recall public is the important thing, not the details.
Subaru says they aren’t going to make a public announcement about a recall they won’t make it public. Instead they’re going to send out a press release via their official site. However, you can watch a video detailing the recall on Subaru.com.