I just wanted to pass along some information about a recent recall that Subaru put out for Subaru 2002 and 2003 WRX vehicles with possible fuel leakage issues and fuel smell on cold days.
Below is a link to the letter that Subaru has been sending out to WRX owners. Please take the time to read it. It could save you from bigger problems down the road if yours has one of the leaky fuel lines. The letter states that if you have already had the work performed you may be able to submit proof of the repair and some reimbursement is possible.
Keep in mind that the reimbursement may only be a portion of what you paid since Subaru tends to pay what they would have paid the dealer under warranty.
If you do have the repair completed at the dealer under the recall, you may want to ask how much more it would be to replace the remainder of the fuel lines under the intake since they’re much easier to do when the intake is off.
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