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241,000 Honda Odyssey Minivans Recalled Over Fire Risk

Improper Wiring Can Cause Dangerous Short-Circuiting Approximately 241,000 Honda Odyssey minivans are being recalled because of improper installation of a critical piece of interior trim. It has been discovered that this piece of trim can damage the wire harness for the third-row accessory power outlet. This damage can cause the wiring to short-circuit and heat…

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Tesla Recall Over Steering Issue

Tesla is recalling roughly 14,193 of its Model X SUVs that were built before mid-October 2016. The power steering bolts have the potential to become excessively corroded as a result of road salts that are utilized in cold weather. Tesla issued a similar recall in March 2018 for certain Model S sedans. Tesla announced via…

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Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra Pickups Recalled Again

Approximately 148,055 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks from the 2019 model year have been recalled again due to a software update that was caught in a previous recall. However, the original recall contained flawed software that could potentially illuminate warning lamps despite there not being a problem. The Initial Recall The National Highway…

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430,000 Elantra Sedans and Wagons Recalled Over Fire Risk

Faulty ABS Module May Cause Fire The issue lies within the ABS module, which is designed to assist with the car’s antilock braking system. On affected Hyundai Elantra vehicles, this module has been shown to short-circuit even when the engine is shut off. Before the short circuit occurs, warning signs could include an ABS warning…

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Mercedes-Benz Recall Over Sunroof Concerns

Mercedes-Benz is recalling three-quarters of a million cars due to the potential for glass sunroofs to detach. There’s a potential for this to happen while the vehicle is moving, ultimately causing road hazards for other drivers. Specifically, the bonding that keeps the sunroof glass attached to the roof of the vehicle may fail and cause…

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35,000 Mazda3 Vehicles Recalled Over AEB System Malfunction

Unexpected Emergency Braking Mazda has announced a recall of more than 35,000 Mazda3 vehicles, including both sedans and hatchbacks, due to an issue with the automatic emergency braking (AEB) systems. The AEB systems have been shown to unexpectedly engage while on the road. This malfunction could potentially cause a rear-end collision from a following vehicle,…

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Ford, Mercury and Lincoln Recall Due to Faulty Brakes

Ford Motor Company is recalling over 600,000 Ford Fusion, Mercury Milan and Lincoln MKZ sedans due to their brakes not working properly. Impacted model years include 2006 through 2010 vehicles and the issue is due to a faulty valve within the braking system. In the case that the valve fails, drivers need to push down…

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Over 460,000 Vehicles Recalled Due to Software Glitch

General Motors is recalling certain sedans and pickup trucks due to an increased crash risk caused by malfunctioning safety software. Reports indicate that the software glitch is causing the electronic stability control and antilock brake systems to become suddenly disabled. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the ESC and ABS malfunction lights may…

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Subaru SUVs Recalled for Faulty Transmissions

Subaru is recalling approximately 76,842 Ascent SUVs of the 2019 model year. The recall is due to a transmission problem that may cause vehicles to unexpectedly slow down while driving, putting drivers and surrounding vehicles at risk. Specifically, the hesitation in these vehicles is due to a faulty pressor sensor within the transmission, providing a…

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GM Recalls Over 550,000 Pickup Trucks Over Fire Risk

General Motors has issued a recall for 556,399 Chevrolet and GMC pickup trucks due to an identified fire risk. Hot fumes released by the vehicles’ pretensioners may travel through an opening in the seat belt bracket and cause the carpet to catch fire. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has indicated that the driver may…

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