Certain vehicles may develop a power steering fluid leak from the steering gear.
On certain vehicles, when extended to their highest position, the front seat head restraints exceed the allowable downward movement limit as determined by federal safety regulations.
Vehicles equipped with an 8 or 12 cylinder engine are being recalled because the circuit board for the electric water pump can overheat. This could lead to a fire.
The bolt securing the insulated battery cable connector at the trunk floor panel can loosen, causing increased electrical resistance and overheating of the cable connection.
On six automatic transmission equipped vehicles, the transmission's parking lock may not function when the shifter is in the "P" position.
On vehicles equipped with an 8 or 12 cylinder turbocharged engine, the circuit board for the electric water pump may overheat. This could lead to an electrical fire under the hood.
190 X-Drive models are being recalled because the front driveshaift attachment bolts may become loose.
One or more rear lights (tail, brake, and/or turn signal) may stop working.
The diesel fuel heater could turn on and stay on, resulting in a dead battery and/or the unit overheating.
Fifty vehicles are being recalled because they could unexpectedly lose power steering assist. Sudden loss of power steering assist could increase the risk of a crash.