What to know about Subaru’s Super Coolant Leak
Subaru has been forced to acknowledge a leak of a coolant dye that can cause the coolant to cool.
Subaru, which has a limited supply of coolant in Japan, told the BBC that a supplier of the dye was not in the UK at the time of the leak.
Subaru said it will immediately remove the dye from production, which it has ordered from a supplier in the US.
It added that it will notify customers in the affected areas, which include the UK and the US, and notify dealers in Japan.
In the US and Japan, the coolants can cause a reaction, called a flushing, when they are heated.
The coolant will also turn cloudy.
The manufacturer says that it has contacted customers to inform them of the issue and that it is taking steps to rectify the issue.
The BBC reported that a Subaru spokesperson told the outlet that the company was aware of the problem and that the supplier was working with the company to rectifying the issue as soon as possible.
The Subaru spokesperson said the supplier had not received any notifications and that they would continue to work with Subaru and the affected dealers.
A Subaru spokesperson later told the Telegraph that they were aware of a potential problem in the U.S. and would investigate.
According to the BBC, Subaru has yet to make any comment on the issue or confirm any customers affected.