A fuel line inside the gas tank may have been attached incorrectly. As a result, the engine could stall under certain driving conditions, increasing the risk of a crash.
Under certain conditions, vehicles with a 3.0L engine and manual transmission may accelerate unexpectedly, increasing the risk of a crash.
The engine may stall and not restart. As a result, a loss of power steering, and after repeated actuation of the brake pedal, a loss of brake power assist will occur. These conditions could result in a vehicle crash.
One of the quick release fuel lines could separate in the event of a severe frontal crash.
On 51 vehicles, some airbag components may not be compatible, which may cause the air bags not to deploy if they are needed in a crash.
In certain conditions the fuel pump may vapor lock, causing the engine to stall.
Certain driveline attaching bolts may not have been insufficiently tightened during vehicle assembly. The bolts could loosen and the right output shaft could become disconnected, affecting vehicle control and increasing the risk of a crash.
An oil drain plug may loosen, causing an initial spray of oil and then a leak.