All Car Recalls
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.
The tire placard on the body of the vehicle may list an improper tire size and tire inflation pressure for the vehicle on it. This could lead to the improper tire being mounted onto the vehicle, or improper inflation pressure used, which could lead to an accident.
The driver's side frontal air bag may not inflate properly when commanded in an accident. This can cause increased risk of occupant injury.
The right rear seat belt anchor bolt may not be properly installed. This could result in the right rear seat belt not secure an occupant properly, increasing the risk of injury in an accident.
The headlights may not have been aimed properly during vehicle production. This could result in reduced driver's visibility and increase risk of a crash.
The electric power steering assist may shut down due to a software error. This would increase steering effort and increase risk of a crash.
The passenger frontal air bag may fail to deploy in a crash due to a wiring harness connector disconnecting from the air bag. This would result in the increased risk of occupant injury.
The direct adaptive steering system may malfunction, resulting in an error at vehicle start up which alters the vehicle steering responsiveness and turning radius. This could result in increased risk of a crash.
The audible chime that alerts a driver that seat belts are not fastened or that the key is still in the ignition when the vehicle is off may not sound. This could result in unprotected occupants in an accident or the key being left in the vehicle inadvertently.
The sunroof glass may not be properly secured to the sunroof frame. This could allow the sunroof glass to detach from the car while driving. This could injure occupants, or create a road hazard.
On a limited number of vehicles, the fuel tanks were manufactured with insufficient welds. This could lead to a fuel leak, which is a fire hazard.
After installing accessories, the vehicle load carrying capacity may be incorrect on the vehicle certification label. This could result in overloading the vehicle inadvertently, resulting in a crash.
The fuel rail may detach from the cylinder head of the engine and leak fuel. This could cause a fire.