2015 Subaru Legacy accessories - interior NHTSA complaints: Equipment Adaptive

NHTSA — Equipment Adaptive Problems


fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
12,412 miles

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2015 Subaru Legacy accessories - interior problems

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2015 Subaru Legacy Owner Comments

problem #1

May 092015


  • 12,412 miles


I think there is a potential recall problem with eyesight-equipped 2015 Legacy models. I took my car in several weeks ago because one day all of the hazard lights came on, including the ABS light and the brake light (flashing red) on the speedometer gauge, the eyesight and the anti-skid light on the center console, and the check engine light, the adaptive cruise control light, and the lane departure light on the tachometer. I stopped driving it for two days while I waited for my service appointment day to arrive. The lights did not come back on when I drove it to the dealer. The service department kept my car for a day and said that the lights must have come on as an "attention getting device" to alert me that the car was about a quart low on oil (even though it was not quite yet time for my 6 month/6,000 mile oil change). After getting the recommended oil change, I drove the car without any problems for several weeks. This past weekend, the problem occurred again. All of the lights mentioned above came on and stayed on when I started it and pulled out of my garage. Based on my last experience, I drove the car anyway. Later in the day, when I turned the car on again, all of the lights once again came on and stayed on, except that this time the brake and the ABS lights were not illuminated. The car can be driven, but cruise control and associated features (lane departure, etc.) do not work when these lights are on. After driving the car with these lights on all day Saturday (including several complete shutdowns followed by restarts an hour or two later), the problem disappeared the next day, just as it did last month. I took pictures of my dash both times when the lights came on this past weekend. I can supply them on request. It has only been a few weeks and 1000 miles or so since my last oil change, so I think we can rule out that explanation.

- Stow, OH, USA

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