Subaru of America Inc. is recalling certain ’01-’04 H-6-powered Outbacks and ’02-’04 WRX 2.0L turbo models to address a possible problem with the cruise control cable. The potentially affected Outbacks were produced at Subaru Indiana Automotive Inc. between March 15, 2000, and Feb. 19, 2004. The Impreza WRX vehicles were built by Subaru parent company Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd. in Japan between Sept. 5, 2000, and Feb. 12, 2004. Some 127,580 vehicles are included in the recall. Subaru ...

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