Subaru Recalls 71,000 Cars, Parents of Little Kids Cautioned

February 27, 2019Feb 27, 2019

Subaru has just announced they are recalling thousands of vehicles. The news comes after an unfortunate discovery was made regarding some of their components.

According to reports, the automaker has found there to be issues with their rear cameras. The monitor can go blank and prevent the drivers from seeing what is behind them.

"Subaru is recalling 71,190 of its 2018 BRZ and Legacy cars and Outback wagons because a software problem can cause the screen that displays the view from the rearview camera to remain blank, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration," according to reports.

At this time, they are working on software updates to fix the issue. They have not reported any deaths or injuries at this time relating to the error.

The affected models are:

2018 Legacy sedans and Outback wagons built from May 18, 2017, through July 23, 2018

2018 BRZ coupes built from Aug. 29, 2017, through Aug. 30, 2018

Owners are encouraged to contact Subaru at 844-373-6614. Subaru’s number for this recall is WTZ-85. Please join us in spreading the word about this recall. It's very important that parents hear this so they reverse over any children that could potentially be behind their vehicle.

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