The steering linkage may separate from the steering gear, causing a loss of vehicle steering. This would result in a loss of vehicle control.
The automatic transmission shift lever may be able to move out of the park position without using the brake pedal, resulting in the possibility of the vehicle coming out of park and rolling unexpectedly.
The passenger front seat belt buckle may not function properly, and not allow secure latching of the seat belt. This could result in occupant injury in an accident.
The brake lights may stop operating because of a faulty switch that activates them. This can cause other drivers to not know if the vehicle is stopping or slowing.
The accelerator pedal may bend and break, making it difficult to accelerate the vehicle.
The accelerator pedal may fail to operate, preventing the driver from moving the vehicle. This can increase risk of a crash.
The electric cooling fan control resistor can overheat and melt, increasing the risk of an electrical fire.
Certain vehicles equipped with a sunroof are being recalled because a headliner plate can detach if the side curtain airbag deploys.
The steering gear may fail due to a faulty connection with a related pinion gear, causing a loss of vehicle steering.
For vehicles equipped with 19 inch non-aluminum wheels, the wheels may fracture from impacts, such as driving over deep potholes.