A flange on the fuel pump may crack and begin to leak. This would cause an excessive fuel odor and fire hazard.
The electric power steering system may fail, causing the need to steer with increased effort unexpectedly. This could result in a crash.
Fuel may leak from within the fuel tank into the evaporative emissions system, and then eventually externally out of the vehicle through an emissions component called a charcoal canister filter element. This would cause a fuel odor and a fire hazard.
A fuel hose under the hood may begin to leak, causing a fire hazard.
The side marker lights may not illuminate as they should when the parking lights or headlights are turned on. This would result in the vehicle not being properly illuminated in the dark, increasing risk of a crash.
The seat backs of the third row of seats may move forward unexpectedly under load, such as if in a frontal collision, possibly not properly securing passengers seated in those seats. This could result in personal injury in an accident.
A coolant valve in the engine compartment may begin to leak onto the engine control module. This could cause the engine to lose power or stall, which could result in an accident.
The front air bags may deploy with excessive force in an accident that does not require such force. This would increase the risk of occupant injury.
The sunroof glass may not be properly secured to the sunroof frame. This could allow the sunroof glass to detach from the car while driving. This could injure occupants, or create a road hazard.
The passenger frontal air bag assembly is deployed by an inflator which contains propellant that makes the air bag deploy. This propellant may degrade over time, especially when exposed to humidity and temperature cycling. As a result, the inflator may rupture on deployment, which can send metal shrapnel through the air bag, striking vehicle occupants. This could result in serious injury or death.