All Car Recalls
The steering column shaft may become disconnected from the steering gear. If this occurs, steering ability will be reduced, which increases the risk of a crash.
The vehicle certification label may have erroneous information on it, which could lead to overloading the vehicle. This could lead to a crash.
The hose that carries pressurized power steering fluid to steering components may leak. This could result in reduced steering performance or a fire hazard.
The brake system vacuum pump can leak oil, which can contaminate the brake booster. This can result in extra braking effort.
The line that carries highly pressurized power steering fluid to steering components may have been damaged during manufacturing. This can result in the line leaking, and can cause a fire hazard and loss of power steering effort.
In states where deicing material is used for road surfaces, corrosion can build up on the rear suspension components, and cause a lower link bracket to break. This can cause adverse handling and result in loss of vehicle control.
In the event of a crash, the front passenger airbag may not deploy as expected, increasing the risk of an injury.
An electrical short circuit in the front and/or rear door could result in an electrical fire.
Certain instrument panel components and the glove compartment were manufactured without complying with crash protection standards. Occupants could face an increased risk of injury as a result.