The transmission oil cooler lines may not have been secured properly during assembly. If the oil cooler lines separate from the transmission and transmission fluid contacts the hot exhaust, a fire could start.
A problem with the wheel bearing and hub assembly may allow the wheel to separate from the vehicle. If the wheel falls off while driving, a crash could result.
The windshield may not be properly installed, which may cause wind noise, squeaks/rattles, and/or water leaks. If the windshield comes loose in a crash, vehicle occupants may be less protected.
The side door latches may freeze in cold weather due to water intrusion. As a result, the door may not latch when closed, and could open while the vehicle is moving.
Inadequate head protection may be an issue at the left a-pillar (windshield) trim area. In the event of a crash, personal injury to vehicle occupants may occur.
The power liftgate may fall unexpectedly when the liftgate motor disengages. If the liftgate falls freely, anyone standing under it may be injured.
The straps securing the fuel tank to the vehicle may break, allowing the fuel tank and heat shield to drop. If this happens, drivers may hear a noise or notice a fuel leak. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source may result in a fire.