If party A has information that may be useful to party B, yet party B is unaware of the existence of said information, who is in the more powerful position?Nothing to do with information= power. It has to do with Subaru following NHTSA's plan for the recall.
So what information/power did you need earlier before the airbag was a danger?
Got a notice about three weeks ago now that they had parts, called the local dealer (Subaru of Muskegon), got an appointment for the last Friday.Does anyone know when they will be issuing parts for the E-brake recall or the best place to check on that from time to time? I can't believe it's been almost 4 months with no fix yet.
Got my letter this week also.Not really a recall, but a long warranty extension.
I got a letter extending the warranty to 15 years/unlimited milage for 2010-2014 Legacy/Outback with CVT or 5AT from Subaru of America on the electronic parking brake assembly.
Also will reimburse if you paid to get it fixed. (Form http://soaclaimform.custhelp.com/app/EPBForm )
Another thread was started that I just posted a detailed summary regarding why this is happening a second time; @administrator, you may want to merge threads:Subaru is recalling 497,922 vehicles to replace front passenger airbag inflators.....
Mine was also replaced last year, however, I'm not positive all the vehicles under the prior recall are again being recalled. The numbers don't add up, if you look at how many were done, and consider that not all the vehicles up to 2014 were in fact done. - The recall was performed by geographic location and vehicle age, with older or warm/humid areas (A) being done first, then (B) the next set of states. Not sure the final set of states (C) were ever recalled, prior to now. Admittedly, I didn't keep track of which were and which weren't that closely, once mine was done.2003-2014 Subaru Outback recall:
Subaru is recalling 497,922 vehicles to replace front passenger airbag inflators. These same vehicles were part of a recall in which defective Takata airbag inflators received temporary replacements until permanent ones were available.
Subaru is recalling 497,922 vehicles to replace front passenger airbag inflators. These same vehicles were part of a recall in which defective Takata airbag inflators received temporary replaceme...www.yahoo.com