The faulty parts could cause abnormal noise and engine stalling.
These include models powered by either the FA20 or FB20 boxer engines - 2013 MY BRZ, 2013-2014 MY Legacy/Outback, 2012-2014 MY Forester and 2012-2014 MY Impreza/XV. The springs were meant to keep engine valves closed during the fuel combustion process.
According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the engine valve springs of the vehicles could fracture. Along with risking an accident, the faulty springs could also cause severe damage to the engine. Toyota is consequently recalling its BRZ twin, the Scion FR-S.
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The affected vehicles included 101,153 cars of four models including the Impreza, produced domestically between January 2012 and September 2013, as well as 310,000 units overseas.
On Thursday, Toyota issued an entirely separate recall on its Scion xA vehicles.
All the cars were made in 2012 and 2013. Of the Subaru vehicles, about 100,000 were sold in Japan.
Subaru is expecting a reduction in operating profit of 49 billion yen, or over $430,000, in large part because of the recall, a Subaru spokesman told MarketWatch.