On Friday (14), the Subaru and Caoa Assembler called the owners of the Legacy 2.0 Sedan vehicles, Legacy 2.5 GT and Outback to take their cars back to the workshops for the replacing the bottom cover wiper motor windshield .
In a statement, the companies report that, because of an error in the manufacture of the lower front cover of the windshield wiper motor, it may be interference between the relay articulation joint and the worm gear. According to the summons, “if there is an obstruction in the area of the windshield when the wiper is turned off, it may not remain in its rest position.”
Because of the failure, the wiper arms are continuously forced to return to their normal resting position, which can lead to overheating and even fire risk “may endanger the safety of the occupants vehicle “.
The appointment at the dealership of choice for the replacement part can be made from December 10, 2016. For more information, please contact SAC Subaru 0800 770 2011 or through the website www.subaru. com.br/recalls-subaru. After the service, the automaker also warns that the vehicle owner be aware of any problems that may arise on the part replaced. In the case of detection of a failure, you should get in touch immediately with a dealership of the brand.
Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.0 models from 2010 to 2011 – manufacture of 01/08/2009 to 29/06/2011 – chassis (non-sequential) of the AG002878 BG024886
Subaru Legacy 2.5 GT models from 2010 to 2011 – manufacture of 01/08/2009 to 29/06/2011 – chassis (non-sequential) of the AG002878 BG024886
Subaru Outback 3.6 Models 2010-2013 – manufacturing 01/08/2009 to 22/04/2013 – chassis (non-sequential) of the AG005338 DG160640
The Procon-SP advises all consumers involved in calling campaigns to demand proof of the repair service has been performed. The document must be kept and passed on in the event of sale. The right to free repair is also guaranteed to owners of vehicles that have been sold more than once.
Vehicles that do not meet the recall and are repaired within 12 months will bring not care information in the “observations” of the next Certificate of Registration and Licensing (CRLV), as determined by the Joint Ordinance No. 69 of 15/12/2010, the Secretariat of Economic Law and the Director of the National Traffic Department.