So after looking around I finally came across something that had the same number listed on my sheet. WQC-39 ended up being the key. Its simply a ECU Reprogram to have the check engine light come on if it senses an issue with the coolant temperature.
For those of you interested:
Service Program WQC-39
Engine Control Module Reprogramming
Vehicles Registered in the States of
CA, CT, MA, MD, ME, NJ, NY, OR, PA, RI, VT, WA
Dear Subaru Owner:
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Subaru has developed a modification to the Engine Control Module software logic to improve the monitoring parameters within the On-Board Diagnostic (OBDll) system for the engine coolant thermostat. This correction ensures that should there be an abnormal condition (i.e., the engine coolant does not reach or maintain the proper operating temperature), the “check engine light” will illuminate. The proper illumination of the “check engine light” is needed to alert you that corrective action may be required.
This software change has no effect on fuel economy or vehicle performance