The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has sent General Motors a 27-page letter containing 107 questions requesting information to further its inquest on whether or not GM waited too long to recall 1.6 million vehicles.
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There’s another recall campaign for the Ram ProMaster this month.
Nissan is recalling about 13,535 Frontier pickup trucks over concerns that an electrical short circuit may cause a fire.
In the wake of one recall, Chrysler is crying “mea culpa” on another exposed by the previous fix.
Approximately 733 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport crossovers from the 2013 model year are being called back because of a potential problem with the driver side seat-mounted airbags.
South Korean auto maker Kia is calling back 11,961 of its Sportage crossovers from the 2014 model year.
General Motors has announced a recall involving roughly 778,562 Chevrolet Cobalt and Pontiac G5 vehicles for an issue that can cause the engine, airbags, and other electronic components to turn off.
Toyota is recalling a total of about 1.9 million Prius hybrids worldwide due to a software glitch that can cause the cars to shutdown unexpectedly.
Troublesome buckles that can trap children in car seats are the cause of a recall involving 3.8 million Graco-made child seats.
Chrysler has announced a recall that affects 9,655 Ram ProMaster vans from the 2014 model year.
Aston Martin is expanding an earlier recall to include 5,001 more models with fragile gas pedals that might break.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued a recall affecting 29,222 Tesla Model S vehicles and the possible fire risk with their NEMA 14-50 Universal Mobile Connector (UMC).
Toyota is informing its North American dealers to stop selling almost every model it offers while a fire risk is being assessed.
It isn’t often that Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk’s pugnacious platitudes are met with any sort of grace.
General Motors has expanded its recall on the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra models for a possible fire hazard.
Over 4,500 Ford E-Series vans are being called back because their windshields have bubbles that can affect outward visibility.
Ford has issued a recall on its 2012-2013 Edge due to a possible fire hazard related to the vehicle’s fuel line.
General Motors has announced a recall for its 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups for a possible fire hazard in the engine compartment.
General Motors has issued a recall on its 2012-2013 Chevrolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD pickups for a malfunctioning fuel gauge.
Jaguar Land Rover North America has announced a voluntary recall of about 3,900 Range Rovers over problems with the seat side airbags.
Preliminary counts put Toyota on top of the list for most recalled vehicle in the United States for 2013.
Volvo is calling back almost 31,000 S60 compact cars equipped with five-cylinder engines because the vehicle might fail to alert drivers of low oil pressure.
Exotic Italian car builder Maserati is calling back 63 of its new Quattroporte sedans in the U.S.
Infiniti has issued a recall on its Q50 sedan for an issue with the industry’s first steer-by-wire system.