All Car Recalls
The accelerator pedal may stick or bind. Should the accelerator become stuck, firm application of the brake pedal should override the accelerator.
On a manual transmission, the gear shifter may be loose where it fastens to the transmission. This may cause loss of shifting and vehicle control.
Owners not using the recommend premium fuel may experience engine ping. If this rattling or knocking sound is ignored engine damage may occur would could disable the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash.
The under hood module for the heated washer system may overheat and catch on fire.
The vehicle stability control system could activate unexpectedly at low speed during acceleration from a stopped position.
The transmission has an oil cooler that helps maintain proper temperature of the transmission fluid. There is a hose on this cooler that may split, which will result in a fluid leak.
The right front door may not latch correctly and could open unexpectedly. This would increase the risk of the right front seat passenger, if not wearing a seat belt, being ejected from the vehicle.
The wiring that powers the sliding door mechanisms may be improperly routed, and as a result can short circuit. This can overheat the door latch, causing a fire hazard.
Due to contact with the right and left front fender liners, the brake lines in those areas may wear and cause a brake fluid leak, compromising brake performance and safe operation.
The part of the front suspension that helps connect the wheel to the frame is called the lower control link. The lower control link has a weld that may crack, which may cause handling issues and loss of vehicle control.
Power steering fluid may leak onto the exhaust pipe. Fluid leaking onto the hot exhaust system increases the risk of a fire.
Nineteen vehicles have been recalled because the transmission may not properly engage in "Park." This could result in unintended vehicle movement, increasing the risk of a crash.
The load carrying capacity modification label may be missing.