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Faulty Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta Transmissions

Aug 05, 2019

Nearly 4,400 Ford Fiesta and Ford Focus owners have issued complaints to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for faulty transmissions. When transmissions do not function properly, they can cause cars to randomly speed up, stall, roll backward, or shake violently, putting drivers in immediate danger. What Vehicles Are Affected? The cars that are reported…

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Recalls for Chevrolet and GMC Pickups for Fire Risk

The failure of a faulty engine block heater cord is causing GM to recall nearly 325,000 heavy-duty trucks. The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) explains that the failure can increase the risk of a vehicle fire. Why Is This Important? Engine block heaters plug into an external power outlet and warm the engine,…

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BMW Recalls 184,000 Vehicles for Fire Hazards

Jul 22, 2019

BMW has issued a recall for approximately 184,000 cars for an electrical short that can cause fires. The company says this problem is the result of production irregularities in the heating element for the positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve, which is designed to keep the system from freezing. The electrical contacts of the PCV valve…

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Fiat Chrysler Issues Dodge Dart Recall

Jul 09, 2019

Fiat Chrysler has issued a recall for approximately 298,000 Dodge Dart sedans due to broken shifter cables. Dodge says these broken cables are caused by a bushing which can wear the cable out and cause it to separate from the automatic transmission. Broken cables render the gear selectors useless, compromising many critical driving functions, including…

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Mazda Recalls Nearly 190K Cars

Jun 27, 2019

Mazda has issued a recall for nearly 190,000 cars due to faulty windshield wipers. Mazda says the defect was caused by metal deposits that can cause the relays in the wipers to stick, halting the wipers altogether and potentially obstructing the driver’s visibility in the event of bad weather. In the event of adverse weather…

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Brake Light Failure is the Cause of this Acura Recall

Jun 19, 2019

As of April, Acura is recalling 323,000 vehicles because the brake lights can short out, meaning the vehicle will be harder to see at night, heightening the risk of a crash. According to Acura, seals around the rear liftgate light of 2014-2019 MDX SUV models may fail.   Why Is This Important? In addition to…

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2015-2018 Mercedes-Benz HVAC Mold/Odor issue

Jun 13, 2019

Mercedes-Benz is now the subject of a class action lawsuit to due to problems with the HVAC system. The lawsuit claims that the HVAC systems within these Mercedes-Benz models are moldy and emit foul smells. Essentially, the HVAC systems have a defect that caused mold to grow causing the unfortunate smell. Models affected could include…

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Mercedes-Benz Recalls Over 22,000 Newer Models

Jun 11, 2019

Mercedes-Benz is recalling over 22,000 models because of a defect that could prevent the front seats from locking into their proper placement. In the case of an accident, this defect could increase the risk of an injury. In the case of an accident, any unsecured objects that are on the back of seats may become…

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Engine Stalling Leads to Hyundai Veloster Recall

Jun 05, 2019

Faulty software can lead to engine damage, causing Hyundai to recall 16,487 of its 2013 Veloster hatchbacks.   Why Is This Important? The faulty software that leads to a car’s engine operating incorrectly is dangerous. Engine damage can cause a car to stall or lead to a fire.   What Should You Know? The cars…

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Porsche Issues Two Recalls Due to Brake and Fuel-Leak Concerns

May 29, 2019

Porsche is issuing two different recalls that impact roughly 28,500 total vehicles, including sedans, sport cars, and SUVs due to issues surrounding warning lights and fuel leaks. The first recall impacts 2017-2019 Cayenne SUVs and Panamera sedans. It is possible that drivers will not be warned as they should be when brake pads have worn…

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