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Car Seat Issue in Cadillac CT6 Sedans

Approximately 22,043 2016-2018 CT6 sedans have been recalled due to an excess amount of adhesive that is located on the lower LATCH anchor that is part of the car seat installation process. Keep in mind that if you have attempted to install a car seat and you are having difficulties doing so utilizing the LATCH…

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Ford Recall Over Potential Oil or Fuel Leak

Ford Motor Company recently announced that they will be recalling 5,645 vehicles in the United States over a potential increased risk of fire. The affected vehicles include some 2018 Ford Expedition SUV’s, 2018 F-150 pickup trucks, and 2018 Lincoln Navigator SUV’s. All of these vehicles have a 3.5-liter V-6 engine, with high-pressure fuel pumps with…

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Audi Recalls 2013-2015 Sedans Over Fire Risk

If you have an A8 Audi luxury sedan, be aware of this recent recall due to a fire risk. Approximately 6,633 Audi A8 sedans, including some high-performance S8 versions, due to a fire risk. The fuel line in these vehicles could become more porous as time goes on, leading to a fuel leak. This leak…

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General Motors Recalls 1.2 Million Pickups, SUV’s for Power Steering Problem

Sep 14, 2018

Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center ® has become aware of a safety recall regarding General Motors (GM) vehicles. GM is recalling more than a million big pickup trucks and SUVs in the U.S. because of power-assisted steering problems that have been cited in a number of accidents. GM says the power steering can…

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NHTSA receiving complaints of Kia vehicles catching fire

Sep 14, 2018

Hundreds of consumers have reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that their Kia vehicle has spontaneously caught fire. 91 of the complaints involve the 2011 to 2014 Optimas and Sorentos . Many of those vehicles already had an unrelated engine defect recall issued. NHTSA’s review of the complaints has been limited to the…

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Ford recalls 2 million F-150s due to seat belt defect causing fires

Sep 06, 2018

Ford Motor Company is recalling nearly 2 million 2015-2018 F-150 trucks because of a seat belt defect that could result in a vehicle fire. The defect involves front seat belt pretensioners that may cause excessive sparks when deployed. Those sparks may ignite the gases exhausted inside the lower portion of the B-pillar, which can result…

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Car Seat Issue Causes Recall for 2018 Volkswagen Atlas

Sep 05, 2018

It was recently released that 54,537 2018 Volkswagen Atlas SUVs would be recalled due to an issue with their seatbelts and car seats. Any child car seats that have a base wider than 12.6 inches could potentially damage the seatbelt buckles in the second row of the SUV. As the owner’s manual never notified customers…

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Volkswagen Tiguan Recall Due to Fire Risk

Aug 28, 2018

Volkswagen is in the process of recalling over 45,000 2018 Tiguan SUV’s due to fire risk. The decorative LED lighting within the vehicle’s panoramic sunroof could potentially short-circuit, partially due to the combination of high humidity and excessive sunlight. This short-circuit issue could cause a fire. After two incidents were reported to Volkswagen, the recall…

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Lexus Recalls 2006-2014 IS, GS Models

Aug 21, 2018

If you have a 2006-2013 Lexus IS 350 convertible, a 2010-2014 IS 350C sedan, a 2007-2011 GS 350 sedan and GS 450 hybrid sedans, all equipped with a 3.5-liter gas V-6 engine, your car could be on a recall list. Approximately 115,000 cars total were affected in a June 2018 recall. Lexus’ official recall statement…

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Volkswagen Rollaway Recall

Aug 16, 2018

Volkswagen is currently in the process of recalling over 33,000 vehicles due to a rollaway risk. Vehicles that are affected by this recall include versions of the 2015-2018 Volkswagen Golf and Volkswagen Golf SportWagen that have automatic transmissions. Essentially, drivers could potentially remove their car key when it is not in “Park”, violating the Federal…

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