The driver's frontal air bag assembly may have an inflator that was not properly installed. This could result in insufficient inflation of the driver's frontal air bag in the event of an accident, resulting in increased risk of injury.
The hood may open unexpectedly while driving because the secondary hood latch may bind and not secure the hood properly in the closed position. This could restrict the driver's view and result in an accident.
When using a trailer hooked up to the vehicle accessory trailer hitch wiring harness, the brake lights for the trailer may stay illuminated. This could mislead other drivers and would increase risk of a crash.
The panoramic sunroof panel may detach from the vehicle while driving, due to a failure of bonding with the sunroof wind deflector. This could cause a road hazard and possibly injury.
The passenger air bag may not fully deploy in an accident because of a problem with a wiring connector being dislodged from the front passenger seat occupant classification system. This could result in increased risk of occupant injury. Additionally, the system will not be able to detect when a child is in the front seat, resulting in first stage deployment of the passenger frontal air bag in an accident, when it should be disabled. This could result in injury also.
The driver's front power seat may unexpectedly move without command while the vehicle is being driven. This can result in loss of vehicle control, increasing risk of an accident.
The engine will not accelerate when the accelerator is pressed and released repeatedly, during certain driving conditions and high temperatures. This could make the vehicle immovable and result in an accident.
The driver's frontal air bag when deployed in an accident may not adequately protect the driver's neck from injury. This could result in increased injury to the driver.
For vehicles equipped with a 7 inch TFT-LCD instrument cluster, the incorrect vehicle speed may appear, and various warning lights may illuminate erroneously, or not operate at all. This could increase risk of a crash.
The brake pedal mounted switch that turns the brake lights on and off as well as releases the transmission shift lever lock so it may be shifted out of park may stick in the on position. Brake lights may remain illuminated as a result, and the transmission shift lever may be moved from the park position without the brake pedal being depressed. This could lead to a crash.