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Subaru is recalling 5,379 Legacy and Outback cars in the United States because of a problem that could cause them to lose steering control.

Steering shafts in the cars, all from the 2013 model year, could become disengaged, causing a loss of steering. The steering shaft on the cars is made from two pieces — an inner and an outer shaft — which, in the vehicles involved, can become separated. If that happens, the driver can lose the ability to steer the car.

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