Engine oil may leak from the timing chain tensioner gasket area. This can cause risk of a fire, as well as leave hazardous oil on the road.
The tail lights may not light up on the sides, which fails to comply with federal safety standards. It may be difficult for other drivers to see the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash.
The engine may stall due to the fuel delivery module failing to operate. This can occur due to some wiring being pinched at the fuel tank, cutting off power to the module. Additionally, fuel may leak because the fuel delivery module may be improperly secured to the fuel tank.
A rubber seal under the hood at the back of the engine bay may temporarily stick to the hood when it is opened, and then fall into the engine bay when closed. This can result in the rubber seal contacting hot exhaust parts, and result in a fire.
The headlights may be accidentally aimed improperly because adjustment mechanisms are inadvertently exposed and able to be changed when they should not be. This could cause the lights to distract other drivers, or cause a lack of visibility, both resulting in risk of an accident.
A part called an abutting wedge may have not been installed properly. This part makes door opening easier in the event of a severe frontal collision. Without this being installed properly, the doors may be difficult to open following an accident.
The center position rear seatbelt may not properly secure the passenger in the event of a crash.
An oil leak can develop from the front of the engine.
The steering shaft may become disengaged from the rest of the steering system, resulting in noise when operating the steering, vibration and feedback felt in the steering wheel or loss of steering control. This could result in an accident.
During a crash where air bags are triggered to protect occupants, the passenger seat air bag may not deploy properly, increasing risk of injury.