'18 and '19 Crosstrek Limiteds
Just got a call from our local dealer that they have the brake hoses in. Will take it Wednesday and ask about the new recalls...
On Monday at 0800 I have an appointment at the dealer for my 30K mile service and the recalls. They have the PCV if needed but don't know about the brake lines. Apparently the brake lines are not a safety issue. It still doesn't sound good.Yep, I posted about this earlier. MySubaru, the NHTSA site and Subaru's recall site all seem out of sync. For our cars, Subaru's recall site has the most up to date info.
Our dealer didn't have the hoses for a while but just got them, so ours is in on Monday, too (couldn't make it this week).On Monday at 0800 I have an appointment at the dealer for my 30K mile service and the recalls. They have the PCV if needed but don't know about the brake lines.
Is that with soap and warter?I just got home from 2 recall resolutions and the 30K mile service. When I checked in at 0800 they tried to sell me on $500 worth of 30K mile maintenance items such as fluid changes etc. Of course I politely declined and told them to just rotate tires, check brake pad wear etc and whatever their checklist listed. All was OK. The PCV wasn't fractured but a PCV "kit" was installed. They didn't have the brake lines but that's not a big deal since it's not a safety issue. So they warshed the car as they always do upon delivery and I drove off. BTW here in Oklahoma we don't wash our cars. Instead we warsh them. Time for lunch!....
This is turning into an Okie lingo lesson. But if you're ever in the NE part of Oklahoma known as "green country" you'll hear a unique pronunciation of the simple word "on". Native Okies pronounce it as "oh-on". This is one of the first things we noticed when we moved here from the Dallas area (Plano) in 1990. Must be in the Okie DNA.LOL, I knew about the warsh thing (had some friends from there). And "waar-ter" is how I have to pronounce water (i.e. without my British accent) to be understood... ?