In the event of a crash, the driver's front airbag may not deploy as expected due to a fault with the steering column wiring.
The front turn signals of the vehicle each use two bulbs. Due to a software issue, if one burns out, the driver will not be made aware. Burned out signal lamps could lead to an accident due to not being able to alert other motorists of intended turning.
In states where salt is used to de-ice the roads, corrosion can develop in the driver's door control module and cause the driver's door switches not to work.
Vehicles registered in certain states where heavy snow is prevalent are being recalled because the windshield wiper arm retaining nut may loosen, resulting in the wiper becoming inoperative.
The parking lights may not turn on as expected when the headlights or parking lights are switched on.
The anti-skid (stabilitrak) system warning light may not illuminate in the case of certain system sensor faults. A faulty sensor could cause unexpected changes in vehicle handling, which could result in a crash.
A software issue with the heating and A/C (HVAC) control system may cause it to stop functioning correctly. This could reduce the ability of the system to defrost the windshield, increasing the risk of a crash.
There is a trim shield on the sides of the second row seat. If the seat is folded flat and is then returned to the upright position, the safety belt buckle could get hung up on that trim shield. This might affect the ability of the seat belt to be buckled, increasing the risk of injury to the occupant.
The under hood module for the heated washer system may overheat and catch on fire.