January 18, 1992 |
Subaru Recalls Vehicles for Steering Problem: Subaru of America announced a recall of 13,000 vehicles because of the possibility that their electronically controlled motor power steering systems will malfunction. The malfunction makes it difficult for drivers to steer the XT6 models, the company said. The vehicles were produced between June, 1987, and September, 1990, Subaru said.
May 28, 1990 |
Subaru Recalls Vehicles: Subaru of America announced a recall of 285,000 front-wheel drive cars because of possible rear suspension corrosion. The models affected include 1980 to 1984 Subaru front-wheel-drive sedan, hatchback and hardtop models. The auto maker said it is also recalling the 1985 and 1986 front-wheel-drive hatchback models.
April 28, 1994 |
Subaru Recalls 31,295 Vehicles: The auto maker said the action was taken to modify the transmission dipstick to improve ventilation on its manual transmission, all-wheel drive and four-wheel-drive Legacy, Loyale and XT-6 vehicles made between January, 1989, and September, 1992. Cherry Hill, N.J.-based Subaru of America Inc. said the recall is limited to vehicles in 19 states. California is not among them.