The engine may not start or the vehicle could move unexpectedly when trying to start the engine.
Certain vehicles are being recalled because the passenger airbag inflator may rupture upon deployment. Vehicle occupants could be struck by metal fragments resulting in personal injury.
The instrument cluster could malfunction and become inoperative, causing the gauges to oscillate at zero and keep the vehicle theft alarm indicator illuminated. This could increase risk of a crash.
The tire placard label indicates incorrect information regarding seating capacity and combined weight information. This can result in inadvertent overloading of the vehicle, which can result in a crash.
Airbags and seat belt restraints may not deploy correctly in a crash.
The electronic stability control (ECS) system may show as "disabled" while driving, increasing risk of not being able to safely control the vehicle in adverse conditions.
The alternator can fail, causing loss of electrical power and possible engine stalling.
The electrical wiring connectors to the Diesel fuel heaters may overheat, causing a fire hazard.
Incorrect tire pressure readings resulting from a monitoring system fault.
The ignition key may stick and move between positions in the ignition key cylinder. This can cause the vehicle to shut off and various electrical accessories to stop operating inadvertently.