headgasket on 2002 Subaru Outback

is there going to be a recall on 2002 subaru outback headgaskets

by in Gorham, ME on October 24, 2010
2 answers
ANSWER by on October 24, 2010
nope recalls are for saftey issues only. head gaskets are common but fail from either overheating or lack of maintenance. Roy
ANSWER by on October 25, 2010
There is a recall on this concern. If it is still under warranty the dealer will establish this by running the VIN #. The recall consists of draining a small amount of coolant and adding a SUBARU approved additive to the system and then topping it off according to specs. It must be performed at a dealership. Hope this helps.
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