2015 XT Premium CVT
Oh snap!Update model years 2008 to 2017.
Hopefully your new switch lasts...... I had the switch fail about a year ago and picked up a replacement at a Subaru dealer. The new switch had a green dot on it that wasn't on the original. This makes me think it was a newer/modified version of the original switch. I wonder if the problem is going to return again...
Perhaps I need to find something better to treat the door seals!
X2, WTH Subaru, honesty please. Gotta be cheapest vendor they could find problem, growing way too fast.I’m calling B.S. on this one...
And I’m not buying it. I had a brake switch failure after just 11 months and use only homemade soaps and no fabric softener, no hair conditioner,no lotions, no cologne, no perfume, no dash dressing, no vinyl conditioner, no silicone or any product containing same.
Why aren’t other manufacturers or even other switches having issues? An item tucked up under the dash? I think they are looking for an excuse for PR reasons. Suck it up and admit you went with the cheapest producer and got screwed. I like honesty.
Agreed.Whatever off-gassing they claim would probably kill the driver long before the switch.
Ya, Toyota's partial ownership hasn't upgraded the never lasting wheel bearing problem, but we now have gadget overload. :furious:After having to replace all 4 hub bearings at less than 65,000 miles – this is walk in the park……
First and last Subaru…..
Will they reimburse those of us who had to do the fix already?According to my vehicle's service records, the brake light switch has been replaced before by the previous owner under warranty, I presume with the updated part. When I plug my VIN in to the site now, it now shows this as a new open recall. I wonder if there's another newer part now.