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GM Recalls Vehicles Due to Noncompliant Seat Belts

Dec 28, 2018

Approximately 16,000 General Motors vehicles have been recalled, including SUVs and hatchbacks due to rear seat belt retractors that do not properly lock when a child seat is installed. The seat belt retractors help keep the belt taut and reels it back when the belt is unbuckled. When the belts are pulled out, the faulty…

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BMW Recalls Over Fire Risk

BMW is recalling over 1.6 million vehicles worldwide; they are recalling nearly 54,700 BMW vehicles within the United States and Canada.After fires were reported in South Korea, the automaker decided to announce a recall. The recall covers specific BMW diesel vehicles made between 2010 and 2017, of which owners would be notified. The recalled vehicles…

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Ford Recalls 1.5 Million Ford Focus Vehicles

Dec 06, 2018

Ford Motor Company is recalling 1.46 million Ford Focus cars in North America due to a defect that leads to stalling. The issue is due to a defective canister purge valve that has the potential to get stuck in an open position. This could cause the fuel tank to become deformed, and, in certain situations,…

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Subaru Recall Over Rollaway Risk

A recall was announced regarding Subaru and over 27,000 vehicles potentially having an issue with the parking brake. The affected vehicles include 2010 to 2014 Legacy sedans and Outback SUV’s; the majority of the vehicles are the Outback crossovers, but Legacy sedans are also within the recall. Essentially, the electronic parking brake may not work…

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Honda Recalls 122,000 Minivans

Krohn and Moss, Ltd. has become aware that Honda is recalling 122,000 minivans worldwide because the sliding doors can open while the vans are moving.  The recall covers Odyssey vans from 2018 and 2019. Honda says some parts in the power door rear latches can stick and stop the doors from fastening securely. Dealers will…

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Toyota Recalls Nearly 1 Million Vehicles in the U.S.

Nov 15, 2018

Currently, there are two major Toyota recalls. Toyota has recalled roughly 2.4 million vehicles worldwide due to cars potentially not entering a fail-safe driving mode that they are supposed to. This causes vehicles to lose power and stall; this can be especially dangerous when driving at higher speeds, as it can cause a crash. This…

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Subaru Issues Two Recalls for 640,000 Vehicles for Stalling Problems

Subaru is recalling approximately 640,000 vehicles worldwide in two recalls to fix problems that can cause them to stall.  About 229,000 model year 2018 Outbacks and Legacies are being recalled in the United State for a software problem that can stop the low-fuel warning light from illuminating and make the miles-to-empty display inaccurate.  The problem…

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Toyota Recalls 807,000 Prius’ Over Stall Issue

Toyota has announced a recall of around 807,000 Prius and Prius V vehicles over a potential stalling issue. This recall involves 2010-2014 Prius and 2012-2014 Prius V model years. Essentially, the problem could cause the Prius’ to lose power and stall. While the power steering and braking remain completely operational, if a vehicle were to…

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Toyota Recall Over Air Bag Deployment

Toyota’s recent recall is for 188,000 vehicles whose air bag may not deploy during a crash, with 168,000 vehicles within the United States. The recall includes 2018 and 2019 Tundra and Sequoia SUV’s, as well as the new 2019 Avalon sedan. Ultimately, the issue is that the air bag may not deploy during a crash…

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Ford Recalls 1.5 Million Focus Compact Cars in North America

Krohn and Moss, Ltd. has become aware that Ford is recalling nearly 1.5 million Focus compact cars in North America because a fuel system problem can cause the engines to stall without warning. The recall covers Ford Focus vehicles for the model years 2012 through 2018 with 2-liter four-cylinder engines. Ford says a valve in…

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