The radiative capture reaction 12C(α,γ)16O plays an important role in helium burning in massive stars and their subsequent evolution . However, despite various experimental studies, the cross section of this reaction at stellar energies remains highly uncertain. The extrapolation down to stellar energy (Ecm∼300 keV) of the measured cross sections at higher energies is made difficult by the overlap of various contributions of which some are badly known such as that of the 2+ (Ex=6.92 MeV) and 1- (Ex=7.12 MeV) sub-threshold states of 16O. Hence, to further investigate the contribution of these two-subthreshold resonances to the 12C(α,γ)16O cross section, a new determination of their a-reduced widths and so their a- spectroscopic-factors was performed using 12C(7Li,t)16O transfer reaction measurements at two incident energies and a detailed DWBA analysis of the data . The measured and calculated differential cross sections are presented as well as the obtained spectroscopic factors and the a- reduced widths as well as the assymptotic normalization constants (ANC) for the 2+ and 1- subthreshold states. Finally, the results obtained from the R-matrix calculations of the 12C(α,γ)16O cross section using our obtained a-reduced widths for the two sub-threshold resonances are presented and discussed.