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  • Audi’s May Lose Steering Control March 16, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V149000 2019 Audi Q8 and 2017-2019 Audi Q7 vehicles may lose ability to control steering.  Bolts connecting both the steering gear and the steering shaft may loosen, resulting in a loss of steering control. There have been three reported field incidents surrounding the recall, but no reported injuries. – Laguna Hills, CA
  • Infiniti Rear Seat Belts May Not Lock March 13, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V145000 2020 Infiniti Q60 vehicles rear seat belt assemblies may not lock properly in the event of a crash.  The approximate number of affected Infiniti vehicles is 450, but could be higher as the specifics of the recall are still under investigation.  There have been no reported cases or injuries reports to
  • Pressure Plate On Clutch May Overheat – Increase Risk of Fire March 10, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V124000 Laguna Hills, CA – March 3, 2020 – The pressure plate attached to the clutch on manual transmission 2018-2020 Jeep Wrangler and manual transmission 2020 Gladiator vehicles may overheat and fracture – increasing the risk of fire and may result in metal debris falling from the vehicle’s undercarriage.  The potential number
  • Blower Motor Used to Replace Original in Ford Ranger’s May Short March 9, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V137000 Laguna Hills, CA – March 9, 2020 – Replacement blower motors installed in 2019 Ford Ranger vehicles may electrically short and increase the risk of vehicle fire. The potential number of affected vehicles is 5,384. The Defect: Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling certain 2019 Ford Ranger vehicles that had been
  • Sonata Low Pressure Fuel Pump May Overheat And Crack February 29, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V121000 Laguna Hills, CA – February 28, 2020 – 2013-2014 Hyundai Sonata low pressure fuel hose may crack and leak due to high temperatures around the engine. If the low pressure fuel pump overheats it may crack  and leak fuel, increasing the risk of fire and inhibiting the ability to operate the
  • Daytime Running Lights in Certain Ford Trucks Are Not Dimming Properly February 21, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V097000 Laguna Hills, CA – Feb 6, 2020 – Certain Ford Trucks equipped with high series LED headlamps may not dim properly which could result in impair visibility to other drivers.  The total number of affected vehicles is 166,196. The Defect: Ford Motor Company (Ford) is recalling 2018-2020 F-150 trucks installed with
  • BMW X6 Rear Spoiler Could Detach February 19, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V095000 Laguna Hills, CA – Feb 6, 2020 – Rear spoilers on certain 2020 BMW vehicles may detach while in operation, creating a road hazard and increased risk of crash. The total number of affected vehicles is 166,196. The Defect: BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is recalling 2020 X6 sDrive40i, X6
  • Third Brake Light on M6 Gran Coupe Could Detach February 19, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V094000 Laguna Hills, CA – Feb 6, 2020 –  BMW of North America, LLC (BMW) is issuing a recall citing third brake lights that could loosen and detach from certain 2014-2019 M6 Gran Coupe vehicles. If a third brake light detaches from the vehicle, it would not provide adequate exterior lighting to
  • Air Bags on Volkswagen Vehicles May Not Properly Inflate, Prompting Recall February 7, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign 20V056000 Laguna Hills, CA – Feb 6, 2020 – Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (VW) is recalling certain 2000-2001 TT Roadster, 2000 TT Coupe, 1999 Audi A8, 1998-2000 Audi A6, and 1999-2000 Audi A4 vehicles. This recall involves air bag components. These vehicles are equipped with Non-Azide Driver air bag inflators (NADI)
  • Chrysler: Leaking Transmission Fluid Poses Fire Risk in Recalled RAM Trucks February 7, 2020
    re: NHTSA campaign Laguna Hills, CA – Feb 6, 2020 – Chrysler (FCA US LLC) is recalling certain 2019-2020 Ram 2500 and 3500 Pickup vehicles equipped with six-speed automatic (68RFE) transmissions. This recall involves power train components. These vehicles are equipped with six-speed automatic (68RFE) transmissions that are susceptible to wear and tear from thermal

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