Subaru Recall Legacy and Outback 2010: The Details

Drivers will not be feeling confident in any car that they drive soon, as a number of brands have been hit by recalls — the latest being Subaru. According to the NHTSA website the vehicles affected by this latest recall is the 2010 Subaru Outback and Legacy — only those that fitted with the CVT transmission.

If you have one of the 29,443 Legacy and Outback models affected by this recall, then you should make your way to your local Subaru dealer. If your vehicle was built between July 31 and December 1, 2009 then chances are it could develop a crack in the CVT cooler hose.

Autoblog explains that such a fluid leak could to lead to damage to the transmission, which could then end up more expensive than replacing a hose. Subaru will notify those who will be affected by this latest recall, which you will then have to take your Legacy or Outback to your local dealer for repair — all free of charge.

For more details call Subaru on 1-856-488-8500

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Written by Peter Chubb

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