Subaru is recalling more than 874,000 vehicles because the engines may stall or the rear suspensions may fall apart.
The engine stalling recall affects more than 466,000 model year 2018–2019 Crosstrek SUVs and 2017–2019 Impreza cars.
According to government documents, short circuits can occur when the computers power the ignition coil after the car is shut off.
This recall begins May 28, after which dealers will update software, replace ignition coils and, if needed, replace the front exhaust pipe.
The suspension recall affects more than 408,000 model year 2018–2019 Crosstrek and 2019 Forester SUVs.
The rear stabilizer bar bolts can detach and increase the risk of a crash. The recall is to start May 14, when dealers will tighten bolts and replace missing bolts.
Source: NBC News