Two seperate Subaru recalls are affecting some 870,000+ vehicles, according to The Fast Lane Car website.

The recalls include the Impreza, Crosstrek, and Forester models, and involve issues pertaining to engine control modules, ignition coils, and the rear stabilizer bars, according to the story.

If you are a Subaru owner, you should receive notification in the mail within the next 2 months. Also, you can contact your local dealer to inquire about your model, or check Subaru's website for recall notices.

When a vehicle is recalled, dealerships must make the repairs as outlined on the recall notice. If they fail or refuse to make those repairs/adjustments, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration urges you to contact the manufacturer and to file a complaint on the NHTSA website.

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