All Car Recalls
The front air bags may deploy with excessive force in an accident that does not require such force. This would increase the risk of occupant injury.
The power seat wiring harness connected to the 8-way power adjustable front seats may rub and chafe on the seat frame. This can result in a short circuit and risk of a fire.
The ignition key may be able to be removed from the ignition switch without the vehicle's transmission being shifted to the park position, which could allow the vehicle to roll unexpectedly as occupants exit the vehicle. This would increase risk of injury.
The passenger frontal air bag may be disabled, and additional damage may occur causing a short in the air bag system, resulting in the loss of all air bag and seat belt pretensioner functionality. This is due to air bag system wiring becoming damaged by the passenger front seat frame. Air bags and seat belt pretenionsers that fail to operate can increase risk of occupant injury in a crash.
The shaft coming from the transfer case may fracture due to a manufacturing issue. This would cause loss of power, and increase risk of a crash, as well as possibly cause the vehicle to roll away when thought to be secure in a parked p
The headlight assemblies installed with the vehicles may not have proper markings to aid in properly aiming the lights in the proper direction. This could cause reduced night time visibility and could lead to an accident.
The passenger frontal air bag assembly is deployed by an inflator which contains propellant that makes the air bag deploy. This propellant may degrade over time, especially when exposed to humidity and temperature cycling. As a result, the inflator may rupture on deployment, which can send metal shrapnel through the air bag, striking vehicle occupants. This could result in serious injury or death.
The mechanisms that inflate the side curtain air bags may have a crack develop, resulting in one or both portions of the inflator ejecting into the passener compartment. This could cause increased risk of occupant injury.
Welds in the rear suspension may break, resulting in the changing of the wheel alignment. This could result in a vehicle accident.
The vehicle stability control features of the vehicle as well as related anti-lock braking functions of the vehicle may not operate properly due to possible contamination of a control unit pump. This could cause loss of vehicle control.
Wiring that connects to the engine control unit (ECU) may not fit properly, and not maintain a secure connection. This can lead to vehicle stalling, or the inability to start the engine. This can increase risk of a crash.
The driver's side seat back frame on a manually reclining seat may not be welded sufficiently, and may not protect an occupant in a crash.
A hydraulic pump within the transmission could seize and fail, causing the transmission to stop functioning. This would prevent the vehicle from moving, and could result in an accident.
The child locks on the rear doors may not remain securely engaged due to vibrations causing the mechanisms to unlock. This could allow the doors to be opened by a child unexpectedly, resulting in possible injury.
The front suspension lower control arms may corrode excessively in areas where there is a higher concentration of salt water exposure, such as from use of road salt. This could cause the arms to separate from the vehicle frame, resulting in loss of vehicle control.