The driver and passenger seatbelts may not properly restrain vehicle occupants in the event of a crash.
One or both of the front seats may fall to their lowest vertical position without warning.
The front seats may not stay secure to the vehicle in the event of a high load or an accident. This can cause risk of occupant injury.
On vehicles equipped with an engine block heater, the heater power cord may become damaged in cold temperatures, resulting in risk of electrical shock and personal injury.
Certain components of the front steering and suspension may not be properly tightened. They could separate from each other, causing loss of vehicle control.
The power window and lock switches may stop working, and the module that controls these functions can overheat. This may cause a fire hazard.
The weight on the key ring, combined with a jarring event may cause the ignition switch to move out of the run position, turning off the engine.
Wiring in the drivers door may fail, resulting in failure of the chime that sounds when the door is opened with the key in the ignition. Also, the module that shuts off power to accessories may not function properly, allowing vehicle windows to continue to function unintentionally.
The driver's front air bag may short internally, preventing deployment when needed in an accident.
The passenger front air bag may not deploy in a crash as designed due to a manufacturing defect.