All Car Recalls
Chrysler has recalled certain 1994-1995 Dodge Ram 1500/2500 models because the lower steering shaft may separate from the upper steering shaft. This can cause a loss of vehicle control, which can increase the risk of a crash. If the plastic pins and metal clip are broken, dealers will add a restraining sleeve to the intermediate steering shaft in order to limit the motion of the axial steering column shaft.
Ford has recalled certain 1997 F150 trucks for a concern with the seat belt anchorage attachments. On some vehicles, these attachments may be missing or incorrectly installed. A loose fastener can eventually detach and not properly restrain the occupant in the event of a crash. Dealers will inspect and replace seat belt anchorage attachments as necessary.
Ford has recalled certain 1997 F150 trucks registered or sold in extreme cold weather states because ice may form inside the throttle body, which may cause the throttle to stick even when released. This can lead to increased stopping distances and a higher risk of crashing. Dealers will install a foam insulator on the line from the PCV to the hose fitting on the throttle plate in order to inhibit ice formation.