The fuel delivery module may crack, causing fuel to leak. This can result in a fire hazard and fuel odor.
Wiring to a sensor that provides information to the engine's computer may not be spliced properly. As a result, the engine may hesitate or stall while driving, which could increase risk of a crash.
The fuel tank could crack and leak fuel due to a malfunction in the system that controls fuel emissions. This can cause a fire hazard.
For wheel chair lift equipped vehicles, the folding link arms of the wheel chair lift may have pivot holes that are too big, resulting in the risk of the wheel chair platform falling from the lift. This could result in occupant or operator injury.
On vehicles modified for use with wheel chairs, the wheel chair platform side plates may crack, causing the platform to separate from the wheel chair lift. This may cause injury to an occupant or lift operator.
For vehicles modified for use with wheel chairs by Mobility Works: The wheel chair lift platform mounts could fail, resulting in the lift platform falling out of the vehicle when the doors are opened. This could cause severe injury.
A seam of the fuel tank may develop a fuel leak, due to excessive corrosion from exposure to road salt. This could cause a fire hazard, as well as a fuel odor.
The front and rear seat belts and child seat tether anchors equipped in the vehicles may have been damaged prior to being installed to the vehicle. This could prevent the secure use of the safety belts and tether during driving.
The fuel tank may have been manufactured without sufficient thickness in the tank walls. This could result in the tank fracturing and leaking fuel in an accident, causing a fire hazard.
When using the adaptive cruise control feature, the vehicle may falsely detect an obstacle in its path and may unexpectedly apply the brakes. This would increase risk of a crash.