By on April 13, 2011

Production of Legacy, Outback and Tribeca Subarus in Lafayette, Ind. will pause on Friday, April 15, Monday, April 18 and Monday, April 25 while Subaru sorts out supplies from Japan, Subaru of Indiana spokeswoman spokeswoman Jennifer McGarvey told Automotive News [sub].

Production at the plant had been impeded before.

Yesterday, Fox59 reported that production of the Toyota Camry, which runs on a separate line in Lafayette, would be stopped on April 21 and 25. Reuters clears the confusion and says that “a separate production line that makes the Camry for Toyota Motor Corp will also shut down for four days in April after a reduced production schedule through April 25.” Toyota had announced North American plant closures for April 15, 18, 21, 22, and 25.

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