All Car Recalls
Honda is recalling certain passenger vehicles due to improper welding on the front passenger seat belt retractor mounting bracket. The bracket may separate from the vehicle body during a crash. Dealers will inspect and repair the brackets.
Toyota is recalling 1997 Camrys due to a possible jamming of the lock pin of the key interlock solenoid, which makes it possible to remove the ignition key when the shift lever is not in the "Park" position. This may cause the driver to fail to move the shift lever into "Park," which can cause the parking brake not to activate. Dealers will replace the key interlock solenoid.
Ford has recalled 1998 Ranger trucks with 4.0L V6 engines because the flexible section of the chassis mounted fuel line may be too closely routed to the exhaust manifold. In some cases, the line may contact the manifold, which can cause a possible leak and fire hazard. Dealers will install an additional clip to hold the fuel line in the intended position.