The headlights and daytime running lights may stop functioning.
The power window and lock switches may stop working, and the module that controls these functions can overheat. This may cause a fire hazard.
Vehicles currently registered or first sold in areas where salt is used to de-ice the roads are being recalled because excessive corrosion can develop near the forward mounting bracket for the left or right rear suspension lower link.
Corrosion can develop in the driver's door electronic control module and cause the driver's door switches not to work.
In states where salt is used to de-ice the roads, corrosion can develop in the driver's door control module and cause the driver's door switches not to work.
Vehicles originally sold in, or currently registered in, states where road salt is used are being recalled because excessive corrosion can occur in the area of the forward mounting bracket for the left or right rear suspension lower link. Excessive corrosion may result in one or both of the lower links becoming detached from the frame. Vehicles over ten years old will have one year from the time owner notifications were issued to have remedies performed free of charge.
In states where deicing material is used for road surfaces, corrosion can build up on the rear suspension components, and cause a lower link bracket to break. This can cause adverse handling and result in loss of vehicle control.
The tire and loading information label on the driver's side door frame may be inaccurate. A misprinted label could lead to overloading of the vehicle, which could possibly lead to tire failure and a crash.