A fuel leak may develop in the engine compartment.
In a crash where the first impact deploys the side air bags and a second impact occurs in the front of the vehicle, the front air bags may not deploy.
Oil may leak into the power brake booster, resulting in damage that causes the loss of power braking assist.
The sun roof glass can break unexpectedly, increasing the risk of personal injury or a crash.
A fuel leak can develop on vehicles equipped with a 4.0L engine.
Vehicles equipped with a sunroof may have a front sunroof glass panel that could break unexpectedly in extremely cold temperatures.
On 317 vehicles, the seam of the side curtain air bag may not have been stitched correctly. As a result, the side curtain air bag may not deploy as designed.
Vehicles equipped with a 2.0L TDI engine may develop a crack in the #2 injector fuel line, resulting in a Diesel fuel leak.
A fuel leak may develop from the fuel tank rollover valve. Any fuel leak increases the risk of a fire.
An interior trim cover near the windshield may come loose if the airbags were to deploy. This loose trim piece could injure the front seat occupants.