The warning light that notifies the driver that the electronic stability control system has malfunctioned may not turn on when needed. This could lead to loss of vehicle control, as the driver will not be aware of a system fault.
The brake booster pump relay connector can melt and possibly catch fire.
The brake lights may flash without the brakes being applied. Additionally, the cruise control may disengage unexpectedly.
The wheel lug nuts can loosen and possibly cause a wheel to come off the vehicle.
The transmission can unexpectedly shift into the "Sport" mode while driving, eliminating the transmission related engine braking.
Affected vehicles may be shifted out of Park with the ignition key removed or the ignition in the "off" position. As a result, the vehicle may roll unexpectedly, increasing the risk of injury or a crash.
The rear seat head restraints may not properly lock in the upright position after being folded forward. In the event of a crash, a folded head restraint may not provide the neck protection it was designed for.
The transmission shift cable may be disengage from its supporting bracket. As a result, the driver may not be able to shift the transmission as expected.
The brake pedal can separate from the brake pedal pushrod because its retaining nut may not have been tightened correctly during vehicle assembly.
The intermediate steering shaft attaching bolts may be loose. The driver could experience a loss of steering ability, increasing the risk of a crash.