All Car Recalls
The windshield wiper system may stop working due to corrosion building up within the joints of the wiper module. This can result in reduced visibility and a crash.
The front wheels and brakes may have loose components, and may not be securely attached. This would result in a loss of braking power as well as unstable vehicle operation that could lead to a crash.
The accessory add on exhaust tips added prior to vehicle sale may protrude from the bumper area, burning someone walking by or standing behind the vehicle.
For vehicles equipped with a 7 inch TFT-LCD instrument cluster, the incorrect vehicle speed may appear, and various warning lights may illuminate erroneously, or not operate at all. This could increase risk of a crash.
The brake pedal mounted switch that turns the brake lights on and off as well as releases the transmission shift lever lock so it may be shifted out of park may stick in the on position. Brake lights may remain illuminated as a result, and the transmission shift lever may be moved from the park position without the brake pedal being depressed. This could lead to a crash.
The engine and transmission may hesitate and fail to accelerate when commanded. This can result in risk of an accident.
A part of the front steering and suspension system may fracture and separate from the vehicle frame, resulting in reduced steering response. This could result in loss of vehicle control and cause an accident.
The side curtain air bags may not properly and fully protect occupants in an accident which necessitate their deployment. This would result in increased risk of occupant injury.
The clamps that secure a transmission fluid hose may become loose, resulting in a fluid leak from the continuously variable transmission (CVT). This could result in a fire hazard with transmission fluid contacting hot surfaces, as well as result in the vehicle becoming inoperable.
The trailer hitch on factory equipped vehicles may be not be fastened with enough fasteners. This could cause the hitch to separate from the vehicle, resulting in a road hazard, as well as a trailer that is no longer hitched to the vehicle. This could result in a crash.
The drive shaft that propels engine power to the rear wheels could fracture due to a manufacturing flaw. This could allow the vehicle to roll when parked, and would fail to power the rear wheels while driving, which could cause an accident.
The 9-speed transmission may unexpectedly shift to neutral due to a wiring issue. This would result in increased risk of a crash.
A system overheating condition may cause the hybrid control module to shut off the engine. This would increase risk of a crash.
A side marker light in the rear may not function as designed, as the circuit board inside the tail light assembly may be damaged. This could result in lack of proper visibility to other drivers.
The driver's front seat belt tensioner cable may separate as a result of being repeatedly bent over the seat side shield as the driver enters and exits the vehicle. This can result in the driver not being properly secure in an accident, increasing risk of injury.