All Car Recalls
The airbag warning light may illuminate due to water intrusion into a front crash sensor. The airbag system may not deploy as designed when the airbag warning light is on, increasing the risk of personal injury in the event of a crash.
Steering column and passenger air bag fasteners may not have been tightened correctly. The steering column may become loose, increasing the risk of a crash. Additionally, the passenger air bag may not deploy as designed.
The hood louver may become loose or separate from the hood. If this were to occur when the vehicle is in motion, personal injury or property damage could occur.
The alternator may overheat, increasing the risk of a fire under the hood.
Incorrect installation of the windshield can weaken the stability of the roof in a roll-over type crash.
Unexpected loss of power steering may occur, requiring greater driver effort to steer at low vehicle speeds, increasing the risk of a crash.
There is a cooler for the transmission that transmission fluid travels through. This cooler keeps the transmission fluid from overheating. There are tubes that carry the fluid from the transmission to this cooler. These tubes were manufactured without enough corrosion protection. If the tubes corrode, fluid may leak. Leaking transmission fluid may pose a fire hazard.
The fuel gauge may read incorrectly, showing fuel when the tank is empty. This could cause the vehicle to run out of gas and stall, increasing the risk of a crash.
The brake pedal is mounted under the driver's dash area onto a bracket. At this point of mounting, there is a pin that could slide out. This could cause the pedal to detach from the bracket. If this happens, the brake pedal would feel unusual and loose, and braking action may be compromised.
A problem with the fuel tank may cause the gas gauge never to read below a quarter tank of gas even when the tank might be empty. If the vehicle runs out of gas in traffic, you might become stranded or get into an accident.