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Hyundai recalls almost 400,000 vehicles for potential engine fires

Hyundai is recalling over 390,000 vehicle in the United States and Canada for two different problems that can cause engine fires. In one recall, Hyund...

Faulty Ford Backup Cameras Result in Recall of 38,000 SUVs

In 2020, Ford issued recalls affecting more than 600,000 vehicles due to an issue with their backup cameras. Now it seems that they’ve detected a simi...

5 Things You Should Know About the Lemon Law

Owning a vehicle gives you the freedom and flexibility to go wherever you want at the drop of a hat. You likely don’t think twice about your vehicle’s...

Subaru Recalling Over 875,000 Vehicles to Fix Engine Problems

Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has become aware that Subaru is recalling nearly 875,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because the engines can...

Toyota Recalls Nearly 10K Urban Cruiser SUVs

  Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. has voluntarily issued a recall affecting almost 10,000 of their vehicles. The Urban Cruiser, a subcompact SUV ...

GMC Recalls 10K Vehicles Due to Fire Risk

General Motors LLC is currently recalling 10,176 U.S. vehicles that have 6.6-liter gas engines due to a short circuit that may result in a battery fir...

Honda’s recent fuel pump recall to cover over 760,000 vehicles

Honda is recalling approximately 761,000 vehicles globally, including approximately 628,000 vehicles in the United States, for a faulty fuel pump that...

How Does the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act Apply to Cars?

Congress passed the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act in 1975, which is now commonly referred to as the federal lemon law. Under this law, if a warrantor of ...

Palm Beach County Man Sues Jaguar Over Defective “Pace”

Attorney Ryan Patrick of Krohn and Moss Consumer Law Center, Ltd.® is representing Palm Beach County, Florida resident in a lawsuit filed over a d...

Does Your “Certified Used Car” Have an Open Safety Recall?

When you purchase a “certified used car,” it makes sense to think that it’s safe to drive it off the lot. But that’s not always the case. Roughly ⅙ of...

Kia Recalls Over 380,000 Vehicles Over Fire Concerns

Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® has become aware that Kia will recall more than 380,000 Kia vehicles per the National Highway Traffic Safe...

Nissan Pathfinder Recall Due to Brake Light Issue

Nissan Pathfinders manufactured from 2013-2015 are being recalled because of a relay switch issue that may leave brake lights continuously illuminated...

Class-Action GM Lawsuit for Vortec V8 Oil Consumption

General Motors is facing another class-action lawsuit due to alleged oil consumption issues specifically with the Generation IV 5.3L Vortec V8 engine....

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