Total number of 2019 Treks impacted by PCV recall is 37. Are all hybrids built over a one month period.You could check the PCV valve. They were different colors depending if they were good (blue) or bad (pink).
I've found with the TSBs it helps if you have a tame service advisor at the local dealership. Unlike recalls, they're only supposed to do them if you complain about something. The guy I use knows what to write in the "Customer Reports That..." box so it gets approved... 😸Ah...
1) go to Check for Recalls: Vehicle, Car Seat, Tire, Equipment | NHTSA
2) select "Vehicle"
3) enter year make and model and hit search
4) select the number (currently "209" for the 2019) under "Manufacturer Communications" and then sort through the info (tons)
I'm just going to stick my head in the sand and wait either for an applicable safety recall or check this data if I start to have any problems.
What's the manufactured date of your 2019? Our 2019 Limited was produced in 03/19 and we've had three recalls including the latest two.I kid you not….using the Subaru app…nothing. Subaru site…nothing. NHTSA …nothing… I’m beginning to wonder if the car is in the system.
I'm thinking of asking for a loaner with A$$ so I can check it out... 😸When the re-torque recall showed up on my VIN I made an on-line appointment at Tucson Subaru for next Thursday to have the recall performed along with a oil change and tire rotation. Today my go-to service advisor calls and tells me they also want to perform the ignition coil recall and he offered me a loaner car for the day. Now that's what I call service.