SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- If you drive a Subaru, listen up!
The company is out with a warning that drivers should not ride with any passengers in the front seat for the next year, because the front passenger airbags in some models need to be replaced.
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They're included in that massive Takata airbag recall.
According to Consumerist, it could take up to a year for the work to be complete because of a parts shortage.
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In the meantime, Subaru is mailing recall alerts to anyone a vehicle that's affected.
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Subaru drivers warned not have front seat passengers