All Car Recalls
The passenger air bag assembly may partially inflate without warning, without being triggered by an accident. This could increase risk of injury.
The seat belts for the rear bench seat may not be fastened to the body securely. This could cause the belt to fail in an accident, increasing risk of occupant injury.
The tire placard on the body of the vehicle lists proper sizes and inflation pressure of tires for use on the vehicle. The spare tire pressure specification listed exceeds the maximum pressure allowed per the side of the supplied spare tire. Therefore, the existing tire could be over-inflated, resulting in tire failure. This could result in an accident.
The occupant restraint control (OCR) module may malfunction and prevent deployment and proper operation of safety restraint devices such as the frontal air bags, seat belt pretensioners and side air bags in the event of an accident. This could increase risk of injury.
A flange on the fuel pump may crack and begin to leak. This would cause an excessive fuel odor and fire hazard.
The bolts to the rear sub-frame may loosen from being reused instead of being replaced during the performing of a previous service action. This could cause the rear suspension to be unstable, affecting driving handling and control. This could result in a crash.
The electric power steering system may fail, causing the need to steer with increased effort unexpectedly. This could result in a crash.
During certain driving conditions, the air bag sensing and diagnostic module (SDM) may activate a testing mode. If a crash were to occur during this mode, the frontal airbags and seat belt pretensioners would not deploy, increasing risk of injury to driver and front passengers.
A fuel hose under the hood may begin to leak, causing a fire hazard.
Fuel may leak from within the fuel tank into the evaporative emissions system, and then eventually externally out of the vehicle through an emissions component called a charcoal canister filter element. This would cause a fuel odor and a fire hazard.
The seat backs of the third row of seats may move forward unexpectedly under load, such as if in a frontal collision, possibly not properly securing passengers seated in those seats. This could result in personal injury in an accident.
The side marker lights may not illuminate as they should when the parking lights or headlights are turned on. This would result in the vehicle not being properly illuminated in the dark, increasing risk of a crash.
The support struts that hold up the lift gate may corrode and break, resulting in the lift gate falling closed unexpectedly. This could injure someone at the rear of the vehicle.
The door latches of the vehicle may not properly secure the doors in the closed position. If the door is not secure it may open while driving, resulting in possible occupant injury.
Brake fluid may leak from an anti-lock brake actuator pump, resulting in a fire hazard, and a possible loss of braking power. This could result in an accident.