Brake corrosion prompts Subaru recall

Over 600,000 Subaru vehicles in 20 states are being recalled by its manufacturer due to the potential corrosion of the brake line in cold-weather states, WQAD8 reported on July 3.

Reports from Subaru said at least 660,238 vehicles in the “salt belt states” may experience braking problems if the braking lining had been damaged by corrosion. The 20 states, including Iowa, utilize salt on the roads during the winter to make driving on snow and ice safer. Through internal testing, the automaker discovered that brake lining damage in the vehicles may lead to brake fluid leaks. Subaru identified several vehicle models from 2005 to 2013 that may experience this problem. Subaru was unaware of any accidents or injury related to this issue prior to the recall.

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