Camden, NJ – August 28, 2022 – Subaru (OTCMKTS:FUJHY) is issuing a recall for 188,397 Impreza vehicles over a problem with the headlamps, which can potentially increase the risk of a crash.
The recall covers the following sedans and station wagons:
- 2017 Subaru Impreza
- 2018 Subaru Impreza
- 2019 Subaru Impreza
Vehicle headlamps use reflectors to direct the light beam generated by the bulb towards the road, allowing the driver to see ahead while traveling.
In the affected vehicles, due to issues during the manufacturing process, the lamps do not properly reflect the light, resulting in decreased visibility or glare.
The component involved in this recall is the lamp assembly head with part numbers 84001FL01A and 84001FL00A.
Reduced visibility or glare created by the wrong angle of reflection creates an increased risk of a crash.
Other Subaru recalls
In January 2022, Subaru announced a recall for 198,255 vehicles over a transmission malfunction, which could increase the risk of crash and injury. The recall includes the Ascent, as well as 2020 releases of the Legacy and Outback vehicles.
There was a Subaru Impreza recall in May 2021 over the risk of stalling. The recall also included Crosstrek vehicles, as reported.
Dealers will replace the left and right front headlamp assemblies with new parts free of charge. Subaru will reimburse owners who paid repairs on their own prior to the recall announcement.
Affected owners will be notified on or around October 11, 2022.
Is your vehicle part of this recall?
More than 188,000 vehicles are included in this Subaru Impreza reflectors’ recall. To run a Subaru recall check, use MotorSafety’s free vehicle lookup tool.