Power steering assist could be lost unexpectedly. Should this occur, steering ability would be maintained but would require much more effort.
While driving, the ignition switch can move out of the "run" position. As a result the engine would stall and the airbags would not deploy in the event of a crash.
The passenger front airbag inflator could rupture when deployed, allowing metal fragments to strike vehicle occupants and increasing the risk of personal injury.
The front airbags and/or seat belt pretensioners could deploy unexpectedly.
The power window master switch may overheat, melt, or possibly catch fire.
Vehicles are being recalled because of a potential fuel leak in the area of the fuel tank.
Vehicles equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission are being recalled because the indicated gear position of the shift lever may not match the actual gear.
The passenger front airbag may fail to meet federal safety standards if deployed with the passenger seat in the full forward position.
The module that controls the operation of the engine may have been improperly manufactured. This can result in various operational issues, including the check engine warning light coming on, harsh transmission shifting, engine stalling or failing to start.
A poorly fitting driver's side floor mat may cause the gas pedal to stick, which could lead to uncontrolled acceleration. A stuck gas pedal can result in very high vehicle speeds, which may lead to a crash.