News

Subaru recalls 350,000 Forester vehicles due to airbag issue

Subaru recalls 350,000 Forester vehicles due to airbag issue
Autos
Subaru is recalling more than 350,000 Forester vehicles with heated seats because an electrical connection in the front passenger seat may loosen and deactivate the airbag even though the seat is occupied.

Subaru said the recall includes Forester vehicles from 2015 to 2018.

The automaker will notify vehicle owners and dealers to inspect the occupant detection system mat harness and have it replaced free of charge if necessary.

Owners will be notified of the recall starting on Nov. 29. Replacement parts are not currently available. A second recall notice will be sent when the parts are available.
Read more on CTVnews
News Topics :
Similar Articles :
Autos
Subaru has issued a recall for its Forester for a sensor in the passenger seat that can cause the airbags to deactivate. The recall affects 35, 806 Subaru Forester vehicles from...
Autos
Subaru has issued a recall for its Forester for a sensor in the passenger seat that can cause the airbags to deactivate. The recall affects 35, 806 Subaru Forester vehicles from...
Autos
Approximately 137, 000 units of the 2019 Honda CR V will be recalled globally, including 17, 951 in Canada, to address a steering wheel issue that in some cases may lead to sudden...
Autos
The Forester has been thoroughly redesigned for the 2019 model year and has gained a slew of improvements. However, like many other Subaru models, it seems to be stepping away...
Top Stories
TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 6.39 million vehicles globally, including more than half a million in Canada, for a variety of problems spanning nearly 30 models in Japan,...