Subaru has issued two safety recalls that impacts over 870,000 of its Crosstrek, Impreza, and Forester vehicles.

The first recall affects 466,205 2017 to 2019 Impreza and 2018 to 2019 Crosstrek models over engine control module programming and ignition coil issues.

Subaru issued the recall to both check and update the ECM programming and, at the same time, replace all of the ignition coils in the vehicles, which could degrade over time.

The issue with the ignition coils could cause starting or stalling issues, which the automaker said occurs at an “extremely low” rate, but it is recalling the vehicles “out of an abundance of caution.”

Subaru said there have been no accidents or injuries reported due to the recall issue.

The second recall from Subaru affects 405,000 2019 Forester and 2019 Crosstrek models that may have loose bolts on the rear stabilizer bracket.

The vehicles need to have the bolts examined and re-torqued as they could come loose over time. Subaru said that if the rear stabilizer bracket is loose, it could interact with other components and cause damage.

There have been no accidents or injuries related to the recall, according to the company.

For either recall, vehicle owners will need to contact an authorized Subaru retailer for repairs as soon as they receive a notification. Affected Impreza, Forester, and Crosstrek owners will be notified of the recall within 60 days, Subaru said.

All repairs will be performed by Subaru dealers free of charge.

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