The 34 gallon fuel tank equipped on some trucks may be damaged and leak if the vehicle rolls over in a crash. A fuel leak could result in a fire if an ignition source is present. Dealers will install a fuel tank shield onto the front frame cross member. The recall began June 12, 2007. The Chrysler recall number is G16.
All Car Recalls
On some vehicles, the front seat track position sensors for the air bag system may not function properly. This could increase the risk of injury in certain crash conditions. Dealers will inspect the front seat track position sensors and replace them. The recall began June 18, 2007. The Chrysler recall number is G14.
The air bag light may come on due to a damaged seat belt tension sensor wiring connector. This would turn on the air bag warning light, and would prevent air bags from deploying in an accident. Dealers will replace the wiring connector for the seat belt tension sensor harness. This recall began on June 18, 2007.
The windshield may have been installed improperly from the factory. This creates a higher risk for occupant injury in a crash. Dealers will inspect all vehicle glass and replace any glass that was improperly installed free of charge to correct the problem.
The windshield, side stationary glass and liftgate glass may have been installed using improper primer, which can result in the glass being insecure in a crash. Dealers will replace all affected glass free of charge to resolve the concern.
The rear center seat belt may be too short, making it difficult to pull out after the automatic locking mode has engaged. Due to this difficulty, rear seat occupants may not use the belt consistently, increasing the risk of injury in the event of a crash. Dealers will replace the rear center seat belt to correct this concern. This recall began on June 11, 2007. The Nissan recall number is R0701.
On certain vehicles equipped with Valeo heating and air conditioning systems, the blower motor may overheat, causing an interior fire. The Chrysler recall # is G03
The vacuum supply hose to the power brake unit may have been mis-routed during vehicle assembly. This may bring the hose too close to the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve connections at the exhaust manifold. Contact with the hot exhaust system may cause the vacuum hose to melt, leading to a loss of brake assistance and increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect the hose and adjust the routing; damaged noses will be replaced. This recall is expected to begin on May 25, 2007. The Jaguar recall number is J003.
The front passenger seat sensor, which detects a child seat or adult in the seat, may recognize a small adult as a child seat. If this happens and the front passenger air bag is deactivated, the risk of injury in a crash may be increased. Dealers will replace the front passenger seat sensor. The recall began May 21, 2007.
The parking brake mechanism may not engage fully to secure the vehicle due to some incorrectly sized wheel hub mounting bolts being in the way. Dealers will replace the rear hub mounting bolts and repair the park brake free of charge to resolve the concern.
The front doors may not be secured because of a flaw with the door latch and the cable that mounts to the interior door handle. If the door is not secured, an occupant may be injured by a door opening unexpectedly. Dealers will add a secondary device to secure the door at the latch cable. The Chrysler recall number is G12. This recall began on April 30, 2007.
The rear quarter glass may separate from the vehicle. If the glass separates while driving, it could strike another vehicle or injure a pedestrian. In most cases, the glass will become loose before falling off completely. Dealers will replace the quarter glass on affected vehicles.