Subaru Recalls Ascent SUVs Over Fire Risk, Tells Owners to Park Outside

These popular three-row SUVs include the Subaru Ascent

Subaru has announced a recall that could affect thousands of 2019-2022 Ascent SUVs. The recall, announced Friday, December 9, is for a high risk of fire involving the Subaru Ascent three-row SUV. Subaru is asking owners not to park in a garage or car port until their Ascent can be serviced. The Ascent is Subaru’s largest SUV and seats seven passengers.

Why is there a Subaru Ascent recall?

A Subaru Ascent 2023 | subaru

Subaru recalled Ascents from 2019 to 2022 due to an issue with a part called the positive temperature coefficient, or PTC, heater. Essentially, the wires connecting the PTC in the very hot engine bay could have been attached incorrectly when the SUV was built. It can melt the wires and cause a fire.

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