Purported Fuel Pump Defects Push Toyota And Subaru To Recall Their Cars
The majority of the vehicles affected by the latest recall are from companies Toyota and Subaru. According to reports, the two were forced to recall certain vehicle models from the market after it was found out that they may have faulty fuel pumps.
The fuel pump defect is believed to be caused by minute cracks in the engine fuel pumps. This eventually results in low levels of pressure. A Subaru or Toyota car that has an unusable fuel pump may experience episodes of vehicular shudders or inability to start.
Authorities from the pair and the government regulators agree that the said engine defect may pose serious safety risks to car owners and users, hence the recall.
Listed below are the affected models that are covered in the Toyota And Subaru Fuel Pump Recall:
- 2018 Forester
- 2018-2019 Toyota 86
- 2018-2020 Legacy
- 2018-2019 BRZ
- 2018-2020 Impreza
- 2018-2019 WRX
- 2018-2020 Outback
- 2019-2020 Ascent
The announcement added that any car owners who happen to have any of the abovementioned vehicles under their name should visit a nearby Toyota and Subaru dealership to get a free repair service.
Editor’s Note on Toyota & Subaru Fuel Pump Recall 2021:
This article is published to update the general public about the latest recall from Toyota & Subaru over faulty fuel pumps in their select car models. A few months ago, even Volkswagen was a part of a recall over Water Pumps.
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