On certain vehicles an improperly formed hose in the fuel tank can cause fuel to leak, thus causing a fire hazard.
The charging system warning light may illuminate and the battery discharge due to a failed alternator.
On 131 vehicles, the accessory tow hitch may not have been tightened properly. If the tow hitch loosens and separates from the vehicle, a crash could occur without warning.
On vehicles with a column shifter, the shift lever may have been damaged during assembly. Over time, the lever may fail and not be secure in the park position. This could result in the vehicle rolling unintentionally, increasing the risk of injury or a crash.
In the event of a crash, the rear outboard seat belts may not provide the expected protection, increasing the risk of injury to rear seat occupants.
In cold weather conditions, the power sliding door may not close correctly. If the door opened upon rapid acceleration, an occupant could fall out of the open door and be injured.
The front passenger airbag may not turn off as designed when smaller occupants are in the front passenger seat. Deployment of the front passenger air bag under these conditions increases the risk of injury to a front passenger seat occupant.
Due to problems in the crank position sensor and cam position sensor, the engine may not start, may have reduced power, or may stop running without warning.