A fuel leak can develop due to an error in the manufacturing process of the fuel filter.
23 CLS550's are being recalled because the bolts securing the secondary hood latch may have not been tightened properly during vehicle assembly.
The parking lamp circuit may have too high a voltage allotted to it, resulting in lights that are too bright. This can cause extra glare for other drivers.
Certain two door models are being recalled because the right side window curtain airbag may not deploy as intended in the event of a crash.
A severe frontal crash may rupture one of the air conditioner refrigerant lines. The escaping refrigerant can ignite under certain conditions.
The all season floor mats may restrict accelerator pedal movement, resulting in the accelerator pedal sticking.
If the front passenger airbag were to deploy, parts of its molding strip could potentially come loose and become a projectile in the passenger compartment.
On certain station wagon models, a connecting rod for the load leveling rear suspension system may fail. This could result in reduced vehicle control.
The system that monitors tire air pressure may malfunction and not illuminate a warning light all times low pressure is noticed. This can result in unintended low air pressure or imminent tire failure that goes unnoticed.
A Diesel fuel leak may develop from the area around the fuel heater component of the fuel filter.