Following a recall for its Forester SUVs for an airbag deactivation issue, Subaru (FUJHY) has issued two recalls that affect its Impreza and Crosstrek vehicles.

The first recall affects 205,000 2017 to 2019 Impreza and 2018 Crosstrek models and could result in an engine replace due to a positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve that could separate and enter the powertrain. This could cause an unexpected loss of power when driving, increasing the risk of a crash.

To fix the issue, Subaru dealers will inspect and replace the PCV valve, if necessary, free of charge. If the PCV valve has separated and the components cannot be found, Subaru said it will replace the engine free of charge.

The recall number is WUP-01.

The second recall from Subaru involves the engine control module (ECM) software and affects 466,205 2017 to 2019 Impreza and 2018 to 2019 Crosstrek models.

The issue with the ECM is connected to an ignition coil that many continue to power even after the engine is shut off. This could result in a short circuit and blown fuse, stalling the vehicle when driving, increasing the risk of a crash.

To repair the issue, Subaru dealers will update the ECM software as well as inspect and replace the ignition coil, if required, free of charge. In vehicles with ignition coil damage and an identified diagnostic trouble code, Subaru dealers will replace the front exhaust price for free.

The recall number is WUQ-02.

Questions about either recall can be directed to Subaru customer service at 1-844-373-6614. Subaru expects to notify owners beginning Dec. 13 for both recalls.

Shares of Subaru stock were up 0.39 percent at market close on Thursday.

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A Subaru logo is seen at the 2016 Washington Auto Show on Jan. 27, 2015, in Washington, D.C. Getty Images/Mandel Ngan