All Car Recalls
The power sliding door may not operate properly when commanded, and may also suddenly open unexpectedly even while driving. This would increase risk of injury to vehicle occupants.
The fuel gauge may read inaccurately, leading the driver to believe there is fuel in the tank when it is actually empty. This could result in a crash.
The power windows may close automatically when closing the convertible roof, or when remotely using the key fob (remote control). This could cause the windows to close when not expected by passengers inside the vehicle, and could result in injury.
The brake warning light in the instrument cluster does not light up as it should when the key is first turned on. Because of this, the driver may not be able to confirm that the brake light will come on when it should, when a brake concern occurs or when the parking brake is engaged. This could increase risk of a crash.
The seat belt extenders may not retract as intended, and may break in a crash. This would increase risk of occupant injury.
The hydraulic electronic control unit (HECU) may be improperly sealed allowing water to get onto the HECU circuit board. This can result in corrosion build up and a fire hazard from a short circuit.
The crossover tube of the fuel rail in the engine compartment may leak fuel. This would create a fire hazard.
The windshield wipers may stop working due to an electrical issue within the washer pump. This could cause reduced driver visibility and result in a crash.
Brake fluid may leak from the front brake caliper piston seals, reducing brake performance. The brake pedal may engage lower than expected, stopping distances could be longer than expected. This could result in an accident.
The front passenger seat belt buckle may separate from the buckle bracket. This would make the passenger not properly restrained in an accident, and could lead to injury.
The knee air bag for the driver may not inflate properly on deployment. This could cause increased injury in a crash.
Fuel lines mounted under the floor may rub on the under shield and body and chafe, possibly resulting in a fuel leak. This would present a fire hazard.
The sealing rings for the fuel pump may deteriorate and leak fuel. This would cause a fire hazard.
Moisture can cause corrosion to build up on the wiper link mechanism, possibly causing the link to separate. This would cause the wipers to fail, resulting in reduced visibility for the driver which can cause an accident.
The wiper motor may get water inside of it, causing internal corrosion. The wiper motor may stop working as a result, reducing visibility for the driver which can cause an accident.