Subaru of America Inc. is recalling certain ’00-’03 model Legacy, Outback and Baja vehicles sold in “salt-belt” states for possible corrosion problems. Subaru says the rear suspension may be susceptible to corrosion due to a supplier’s poor paint quality, which can cause the suspension to rust and eventually break after being subjected to several years of road salt. Most of the 170,000 vehicles affected are ’00 and ’01 models, with some ’02s and 45 early production ’03 models also ...
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