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Subaru recalls 25,641 vehicles in China

Staff Writer |
Japanese automaker Subaru is recalling 25,641 cars in China starting on Jan. 11, 2019, due to defective engine parts that can cause the affected vehicles to stall.

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The recall affects its imported Forester, XV and BRZ models manufactured between 2012 and 2013, the State Administration for Market Regulation said in a statement.

The engine valve springs in the vehicles may bear a higher load than designed, and tiny impurities in the springs may lead to fractures, causing engines to malfunction or stall.

Subaru will replace the problematic valve springs free of charge.


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