The Engine Control Module (ECM) was programmed improperly which can lead to a short circuit. A short circuit while driving may cause the engine to stall, increasing risk of crash.
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Infiniti recalls 26,000 vehicles after a test indicated airbag tear from internal pressure. Front passenger airbags airbag cushions were not properly folded.
Honda and Acura have recalled 2019 and 2020 vehicles including the Civic, Odyssey and Accord for a fuel pump malfunction that could cause the engine to lose power.
Ford issues another airbag recall due to Takata inflators.
Takata inflators have resulted in the deaths of at least 27 people worldwide and 18 in the United States, and over 400 reported injuries.
The ammonium nitrate propellant used to inflate the driver’s airbags is showing signs of decay. This could lead to the airbag deploying slowly during a crash and it failing to protect you as it’s designed. It could also lead to the inflator exploding. The metal shrapnel from an exploding inflator could cause serious injury or death.
Daimler has recalled over 4,000 2020 through 2022 Freightliner Cascadia sleepers that have specific Bridgestone tires on the steer axle. These tires could experience tread separation or blowouts.
Over 470,000 Hyundai SUVs added to recent fire risk recall. Hyundai warning owners to park outside. The Safety Recall Report 20V-543, reporting recalls on Hyundai Tucson, years 2016-2021. It’s currently estimated that 1% will have the defect. The Defect An electrical short in the Anti-lock Brake module may increase the risk of an engine compartment fire […]
The front-row center seat-belt brackets may not be properly secured to the seat frame. If the seat-belt bracket is not secured, the safety belt may not properly restrain an occupant in the front-row center seat position, increasing the risk of injury in a crash or braking event.
Kia is recalling six models 2011-2015 due to engine compartment fire risk. Engine compartment fires may occur. Kia currently has not identified the cause of these fires, though is recalling vehicles as a preventive measure to mitigate any unreasonable fire risk to oil or fuel leaks, or engine damage.
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