A seam of the fuel tank may develop a fuel leak, due to excessive corrosion from exposure to road salt. This could cause a fire hazard, as well as a fuel odor.
The fuel tank may have been manufactured without sufficient thickness in the tank walls. This could result in the tank fracturing and leaking fuel in an accident, causing a fire hazard.
The bolts that secure the fuel tank to the vehicle may not be tightened properly. This could result in the fuel tank separating from the vehicle. A fuel leak could result, which is a fire hazard.
Some vehicles for livery use were not delivered with second row seats, which creates a safety violation. If there are no second row seats, the passenger front seat must then have a child seat tether available for use, which is also missing on these vehicles.
The parking brake may not fully engage as intended when it is applied. This could result in the vehicle rolling away.
The electric power steering assist may shut down, causing difficulty steering and controlling the vehicle.
The steering gear motor mounting bolts may corrode and fail, causing power steering assist on the vehicle to be lost. This would cause extra effort steering the vehicle, and could result in loss of vehicle control.
When the headlights are turned on, the parking lights may stay illuminated brightly as they do when daytime running lamps are in use. This could exceed the federal standard for lighting from the vehicle, causing visibility issues for oncoming traffic, resulting in a safety hazard.
The doors may be difficult to latch, and the latches may not fully secure the doors in the closed position. This could allow a door to open while the vehicle is in motion.
The vacuum pump relay may overheat, causing a fire hazard.