The tire placard on the body of the vehicle lists proper sizes and inflation pressure of tires for use on the vehicle. The spare tire pressure specification listed exceeds the maximum pressure allowed per the side of the supplied spare tire. Therefore, the existing tire could be over-inflated, resulting in tire failure. This could result in an accident.
The clutch for manual transmission equipped vehicles may fail to operate properly due to a fracture of the clutch diaphragm spring. This could result in an inability to shift gears, and result in the vehicle not driving as expected, increasing risk of a crash.
The passenger frontal air bag assembly may not properly deploy when commanded to do so in an accident. This would increase the risk of occupant injury.
The automatic transmission in the vehicle may unexpectedly shift into neutral. The loss of being in gear may result in loss of vehicle control.
The driver's knee air bag may not deploy properly in an accident. This would cause increased risk of injury.
Due to contaminated brake fluid, braking ability could be lost unexpectedly.