On certain vehicles the drivers air bag may not deploy correctly resulting in injury.
The air bag warning label installed on the sunvisors may have lost adhesion or become distorted and illegible. If the labels are missing or cannot be read, the driver or front seat passenger will not have information that may help them in a crash.
The brake lights may fail and the engine may stall or not restart due to a wiring harness at the stop lamp switch chafing.
The fuel tank on unsold vehicles may have a thickness issue in one of its walls. This could cause a fuel leak, which is a fire hazard.
The front turn signals may not be as bright as they should be. Reduced visibility of the turn signals to oncoming traffic may increase the risk of a crash.
The occupant classification system (OCS) may detect a small child on the front edge of the front seat as an adult. If the passenger front air bag deploys in a crash, serious injury or death could occur.
Interference with the front seat belt may cause the front seat to recline inadvertently. Inadvertent release of the seat back may result in injury to the vehicle occupants.
The Electronic Stability Control (ESC) may be oversensitive in some driving conditions. Application of the brake by the inadvertent activation of the ESC may result in a crash.