All Car Recalls
Toyota is recalling 1996 Camry models because the plastic material of the bulb holders of the rear tail light assembly does not have sufficient heat resistance. When the bulb is illuminated, the resulting high temperature can cause the bulb holder to deform. This may cause the bulb to lose electrical contact and become inoperative, increasing the risk of an accident. Dealers will inspect and replace the bulb holder and harness if necessary.
Chrysler has recalled certain 1996 Dodge Ram 1500/2500 models because the vehicle certification labels indicate a smaller tire size than is actually required. Tires that are too small may not have sufficient load capacity for the vehicle's specified gross weight rating, which increases the risk for premature tire failure. Owners will be mailed an overlay label with the correct information and instructions for installing them. If owners prefer, their dealer can install the label for them.
Ford has recalled 1991-1994 Explorer and Ranger trucks because the bolts that mount the master cylinder to the brake booster may fracture. If these bolts fracture, brake loss could occur. Dealers will replace the power brake vacuum booster assembly.
Ford has recalled certain 1996 Taurus and Mercury Sable vehicles for a possible defective brake system fluid level indicator lamp switch. If malfunctioning, the vehicle cannot be operated under proper code requirements. This could result in loss of braking if the switch is ignored and fluid is locked. Dealers will replace the brake system fluid level indicator lamp switch.