Unexpected loss of power steering may occur, requiring greater driver effort to steer at low vehicle speeds, increasing the risk of a crash.
The accelerator pedal may become hard to depress while driving the car. If the pedal sticks while driving, it could lead to a crash.
In freezing weather, or extremely low temperatures, there may be an increase in stopping distance without warning. This could cause a crash.
The brake lights of the vehicle turn on as normal because the brake pedal contacts a switch called a brake light switch. On some vehicles, this switch may be incorrectly programmed to allow the brake lights to stay on continually. Secondly, each tire has a sensor in it that actively measures the air pressure that the tire contains. When this pressure becomes too low, the tire pressure warning light comes on. In some cases, the threshold of when the warning illuminates is too low.
Your shifter shows what gear you have selected. If the shifter cable should become dislodged, it may show the incorrect gear. If this happens, your vehicle may not be secured in "Park."
A poor electrical connection at the brake light switch could result in various electrical issues, one of which would be the brake lights failing to work, increasing the risk of a crash.
The driver and passenger front door glass may come off track and shatter during operation.