A fuel leak may develop under the vehicle, increasing the risk of a fire.
In the event of a crash, the driver's seat belt may not hold, increasing the risk of injury.
Four vehicles delivered to Puerto Rico without the panoramic roof option are affected. Due to the design of the headliner inside the interior, front seat occupants may not have proper protection in a crash.
Software in one of the vehicle's computers may cause the engine not to start. In some cases the engine will start and only go a short distance before stalling. In some conditions, a crash could occur.
Engine temperature may rapidly rise without sufficient warning. The driver may not have sufficient time to react to the warning lights before engine failure, increasing the risk of a crash.
A software problem may cause the windshield wipers not to operate when switched on, or to activate when not switched on. Driving the vehicle in certain weather conditions without functioning windshield wipers can increase the risk of a crash.
Some vehicles have a power steering hose that may rupture because of a manufacturing defect. If the hose ruptures, there would be a rapid loss of power steering fluid and power steering assist, increasing the risk of a crash.
The engine could stall due to excess engine movement caused by a broken engine mount bracket, increasing the risk of a crash.
The bolts securing the cargo roof rails may be too short. When carrying roof cargo, the rails may come loose, increasing the risk of a crash.
The master cylinder is the heart of the brake system. This is where the fluid is forced out to each wheel to activate each brake. On some vehicles, this master cylinder may leak internally and cause poor braking performance.