All Car Recalls
The driver's front power seat may unexpectedly move without command while the vehicle is being driven. This can result in loss of vehicle control, increasing risk of an accident.
The engine will not accelerate when the accelerator is pressed and released repeatedly, during certain driving conditions and high temperatures. This could make the vehicle immovable and result in an accident.
The engine may stall while running and driving, or the engine may not start due to a part within the fuel pump electric module overheating. This could cause an accident.
A coolant valve in the engine compartment may begin to leak onto the engine control module. This could cause the engine to lose power or stall, which could result in an accident.
The driver's frontal air bag when deployed in an accident may not adequately protect the driver's neck from injury. This could result in increased injury to the driver.
For vehicles equipped with a 3.2L Diesel engine, the fuel system may become clogged and cause the engine to stall while driving. This would increase risk of a crash.
The safety feature the stops the closing of a power window when something is in the way of it, like an arm or hand, may malfunction and fail to stop and reverse the direction. This can cause injury.
The transmission of the vehicle may shift to neutral unexpectedly while driving. This could cause loss of vehicle control and could result in an accident.
The Electronic Stability Control system may not operate, which could allow the vehicle to lose control in adverse driving conditions. This could result in an accident. Additionally, the electronic parking brake may not function.
The rear suspension arms that support proper wheel direction adjustment and rear alignment adjustment may have lock nuts that are not properly secured. This can result in the arms failing and loss of vehicle control, which can lead to a crash.
The air bags may fail to deploy in a crash due to a manufacturing issue with the air bag control unit. This would increase risk of occupant injury in a crash.
The front lower control arms may allow salt contaminated water used to clear roads in cold weather states into the front suspension ball joint fittings. This could cause the ball joints to corrode and separate from the vehicle, which could cause loss of vehicle control. This would increase risk of an accident.
A fuel line may chafe on the engine and cause a fuel leak. This could cause a fire hazard.
Multiple fasteners that secure chassis components may not be tightened properly. This could allow components to loosen and possibly fail or fall from the vehicle, resulting in a loss of vehicle control. This could cause a crash.
The seats in the first and second rows of the vehicle may not be securely fastened to the vehicle's body. This would allow the seats to move and could increase risk of injury in an accident.