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Subaru recalls Tribeca
Potential for doors to open unexpectedly behind Subaru’s recall of the Tribeca SUV
22 Mar 2010
SUBARU has recalled 639 versions of its 2010 Tribeca crossover in Australia, due to the potential for the front doors on some examples to unlatch and open unexpectedly.
Announced on Friday (March 19), the recall comes as a result of potential interference between the front door latch cables and the front door window regulators when the windows are operated.
Subaru will write to owners of all affected vehicles – those with chassis numbers between 027035 and 028070 - asking them to bring the vehicle to any authorised Subaru dealer for inspection and rectification.
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