All Car Recalls
Ford has recalled certain 1995 Explorer vehicles because the inner tie rod ends were improperly manufactured and could fracture. If an inner tie rod end fractures, loss of vehicle control could result. Dealers will inspect and replace affected inner tie rod ends as necessary.
Ford has recalled certain 1995 Explorers because the brake tubes between the master cylinder and the hydraulic control unit are misrouted. Misrouting of the tubes may cause longer than appropriate stopping distances and could result in an accident. Dealers will reroute the brake tubes.
Nissan is recalling 1995 Altimas because the brake hose for the right rear wheel was routed incorrectly and may make contact with a suspension component, causing abrasion to the hose and eventual leakage. A leaking brake hose reduces braking capability, increases stopping distance, and increases the risk of an accident. Dealers will replace or re-route the right rear brake hose.
Chrysler has recalled certain 1994 Dodge Ram 1500/2500 models because the right outside mirror contains convex glass when it should be flat. The images presented in the mirror may be closer than they appear, which may cause the driver to misjudge the distance from the object to the rear of the vehicle. Dealers will replace the right outside rear view mirror with flat glass.