Every week, we update this page with the latest news on automobile recalls and defects. Please check to make sure your automobile does not have any problems that could endanger yourself or your loved ones.

  • November 19: 442,000 Volkswagen vehicles from 2011-2013, including Jetta and Beetle models, Recalled for the trailing arm which may have reduced durability, causing a loss of vehicle control.
  • November 18: 28,037 Range Rover vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) which may fail to locate the sensor, increasing the risk of tire failure.
  • November 18: 5,805 MINI Cooper Hardtop vehicles from 2014, Recalled for the spare wheel which may separate from the vehicle while driving.
  • November 18: 491 Tiffin Motorhomes from 2013-2015, Recalled for incorrect labels regarding gross axle weight, which could result in the motorhome being overloaded and may cause tire failure.
  • November 18: 38 Entegra Coach motorhomes from 2015, Recalled for potential engine stalling.
  • November 14: 393 Volkswagen Jetta and Passat vehicles from 2015, Recalled for potential unexpected movement of the driver’s seatback due to a bracket which may not engage correctly.
  • November 14: 230 Campagna motorcycles from 2007-2013, Recalled for the engine oil pan which may hit the road or an object in the road.
  • November 13: 561 Newmar motorhomes from 2007-2012, including Dutch Star and Mountain Aire models, Recalled for a circuit breaker that may be incorrect for the amperage need, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • November 12: 1,509 Mercedes-Benz C300 and C400 4Matic vehicles from 2015, Recalled for the sliding shaft which may disengage from the steering column, resulting in a loss of steering control.
  • November 12: 122 Polaris motorcycles from 2015, including High-Ball and Vegas Eightball models, Recalled for the transmission shift drum detent roller spring which may have been incorrectly installed.
  • November 10: 52,738 Nissan vehicles from 2003-2006, Recalled for the air bag inflator which may rupture upon deployment of the air bags.
  • November 10: Honda vehicles from 2002-2006, Recalled for the air bag inflator which may rupture upon deployment of the air bags.
  • November 5: 101,938 Audi vehicles from 2013-2015, including Allroad and A3 models, Recalled for the front air bags which may not deploy in the event of a secondary impact.
  • November 5: 6,562 Infiniti vehicles from 2013-2015, including Q70 and M35 hybrid models, Recalled for a potential software error which may cause unexpected acceleration.
  • November 5: 135 Pierce emergency vehicles from 2009-2013, including Quantum and Velocity models, Recalled for front lower control arms that may crack and fracture.
  • November 4: 5,412 Infiniti hybrid vehicles from 2014, including Q50 and Q70 models, Recalled for a software error which may cause the electric motor to stop working.
  • November 4: 817 Infiniti hybrid vehicles from 2014, including Q50 and Q70 models, Recalled for potentially damaged transmission housings which could crack and disable the vehicle.
  • October 31: 20,000 Toyota vehicles from 2014-2015, including Toyota Sienna and Lexus RX350 models, Recalled for a potential fuel leak, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • October 31: 1,848 Infiniti QX56 and QX80 vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for the air bag inflator which may have been manufactured with an incorrect part, causing the inflator to rupture.
  • October 30: 23,053 Chrysler Ram ProMaster vehicles from 2014, Recalled for the Tire Pressure Monitoring System which may not notify drivers of low tire pressure.
  • October 29: 314,704 Chrysler vehicles from 2010-2014, including Ram 2500 and 5500 models, Recalled for the electrical connectors of the diesel fuel heater which may overheat, causing a leak in the fuel heater.
  • October 29: 132,223 Chrysler vehicles from 2014, including Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee models, Recalled for an issue with software that may disable the Electronic Stability Control.
  • October 28: 126,772 Chrysler vehicles from 2014, including Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee models, Recalled for a fault in the Occupant Restraint Control that may disable the front airbags, seat belt pretensioners, and side airbags.
  • October 28: 37,145 Mitsubishi Outlander vehicles from 2007-2009, Recalled for the brake light switch which may malfunction, causing the brake lights to not illuminate.
  • October 24: 202,346 Evenflo Embrace 35 child restraints, Recalled for the harness buckle which may be difficult to unlatch.
  • October 24: 783 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles from 2015, Recalled for the parking brake which may only be operating on one rear parking brake drums, causing the vehicle to potentially roll away.
  • October 24: 89 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles from 2015, Recalled for the driver air bag which could separate from the steering wheel upon deployment.
  • October 24: 87 RevZilla size large motorcycle helmets, including Roadster PG and Window PG models, Recalled for not being adequately labeled with the correct size information.
  • October 24: 29 Halcore Horton ambulances from 2014, Recalled for the suspension fluid tank which may separate from the chassis.
  • October 20: 434,581 Chrysler vehicles from 2011-2014, including Dodge Charger and Durango models, Recalled for the alternator which may fail, causing the engine to stall.
  • October 20: 313,236 Jeep Wrangler vehicles from 2011-2013, Recalled for a potential electrical short in the heated power mirrors, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • October 20: 97,540 GM vehicles from 2013-2014, including Chevrolet Impala and Buick Enclave models, Recalled for a potential electrical short, causing the engine to stall.
  • October 20: 23,073 Suzuki motorcycles from 2009-2014, including GSX-R750 and GSX-R1000 models, Recalled for gears that may miss during shifting, causing damage to the drive chain adjuster and removing power to the rear wheel.
  • October 20: 423 Mazda Tribute Hybrid vehicles from 2008, Recalled for the coolant pump which may fail, resulting in a stall-like condition.
  • October 20: 189 Acura TLX AWD vehicles from 2015, Recalled for incorrect labels regarding weight, which could potentially result in tire failure.
  • October 15 1,368 Triumph Street Triple R motorcycles from 2012-2013, Recalled for bolts that may loosen and restrict steering.
  • October 15: 198 Keystone Hideout 308BHDS fifth wheel trailers from 2014-2015, Recalled for an outlet that is not part of a GFCI protected circuit, which could increase the risk of electrical shock.
  • October 14: 291,703 Chrysler vehicles from 2008, including Dodge Charger and Jeep Grand Cherokee models, Recalled for the ignition key which may stick between positions; sticking between ON and START could cause loss of certain electrical function, and between the OFF or ACCESSORY position, the engine will turn off.
  • October 14: 114 Jayco Jay Flight travel trailers from 2015, Recalled for inadequate venting for the gas range.
  • October 14: 72 Starcraft AR-One travel trailers from 2015, Recalled for inadequate venting for the gas range.
  • October 10: 220,423 Nissan Altima vehicles from 2013, Recalled for the hood latch which may corrode, causing the hood to unexpectedly open while driving.
  • October 10: 165,923 Mitsubishi vehicles from 2008-2011, including Lancer and Outlander models, Recalled for potential engine stalling.
  • October 10: 56 Subaru Outback vehicles from 2015 equipped with the trailer hitch assembly, Recalled for mounting nuts that may have been over-tightened, causing them to break.
  • October 8: 45,524 Omix Ada aftermarket floor mats for use in Chevrolet and GMC full size trucks and SUVs, Recalled for potentially interfering with the floor pedals.
  • October 7: 18,245 Chrysler Ram C/V Tradesman vehicles from 2013-2015, Recalled for air bags that may inadvertently deploy.
  • October 7: 7,598 Chevrolet Caprice vehicles from 2011-2013, Recalled for transmissions that may allow the vehicle to shift from “Park” without use of the ignition key or brake pedal.
  • October 6: 290,241 GM vehicles from 2010-2015, including Cadillac SRX and Saab 9-4X models, Recalled for a potential loose toe adjuster link which could cause loss of vehicle control.
  • October 6: 89,294 Chevrolet Spark vehicles from 2013-2015, Recalled for the hood latch which may corrode, causing the hood to unexpectedly open while driving.
  • October 6: 46,873 GM vehicles from 2008-2013, including Chevrolet Caprice and Pontiac G8 models, Recalled for the ignition which may allow the key to be knocked out of the run position.
  • October 6: 24,497 Dodge Ram ProMaster vehicles from 2014, Recalled for head restraints that may not properly limit an occupant’s head movement during a crash.
  • October 6: 10,005 GM vehicles from 2004-2007, including Cadillac CTS-V and STS-V models, Recalled for a potential leak of fuel.
  • October 6: 1,787 Toyota FJ Cruiser vehicles from 2014 with the optional “Trail Teams Ultimate Edition” package, Recalled for potential loss of steering control.
  • October 6: 1,624 Dodge SRT Viper vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for air bags that may not deploy properly.
  • October 6: 304 Chevrolet Sonic vehicles from 2014, Recalled for air bags that may not fully deploy as intended.
  • October 6: 301 Ford vehicles from 2014-2015, including Ford Escape and Lincoln MKC models, Recalled for potential stalling.
  • September 30: 190 Genera headlamps for use on 2013-2014 Acura ILX vehicles, Recalled for excessive heat temperatures that may cause smoke, melting, and fire.
  • September 29: 105,746 Harley-Davidson motorcycles from 2014, Recalled for a component in the clutch master which may fail, increasing the risk of a crash.
  • September 29: 1,384 Harley-Davidson motorcycles from 2015, For the fuel cap which may not properly seal, causing fuel to leak.
  • September 25: 132,624 Toyota Tundra vehicles from 2014, Recalled for the Curtain-Shield Air Bags which may not deploy properly.
  • September 25: 1,814 Audi Q7 vehicles from 2013, Recalled for a check valve which may allow engine oil to leak into the brake booster.
  • September 25: 29 Jayco fifth-wheel trailers from 2015, Recalled for incorrect cargo carrying capacity information on the label.
  • September 24: 95 Spartan Motors emergency vehicles from 2011-2015, Recalled for a potential surge in the engine, increasing the risk of injury.
  • September 24: 87 Spartan Motors emergency vehicles from 2014-2015, Recalled for potential engine stalling.
  • September 24: 12 Starcraft RV Launch travel trailers from 2015, Recalled for incorrect labels regarding tire pressure.
  • September 23: 47,912 Buyers Products warning triangles, Recalled for insufficient rigid joints at the base that may allow it to be blown over.
  • September 23: 389 Jayco Precept motor homes from 2014-2015, Recalled for wires in the front seats that may become damaged, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • September 23: 256 Forest River Coachmen 2150LE Prism motor homes from 2012-2015, Recalled for improper welding that may cause the liquid propane tank to fall off.
  • September 23: Certain GM vehicles from 2013-2014, including Cadillac XTS and Chevrolet Impala models, Recalled for air bags that may not deploy.
  • September 22: 188,723 Chrysler vehicles from 2011, including Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee models, Recalled for potential stalling.
  • September 22: 132,921 GM vehicles from 2013-2015, including Cadillac XTS and Chevrolet Impala models, Recalled for brake pads that may remain engaged, which could result in a fire.
  • September 22: 388 TBC Wild Country Radial XTX Sport tires, Recalled for potential sidewall cracking and broken ply cords.
  • September 19: 1,139 Lincoln MKC vehicles from 2015, Recalled for visible air bubbles which could impact a driver’s vision.
  • September 19: 64 Newmar Dutch Star motorhomes from 2014, Recalled for incorrectly wired headlight wiring harnesses which may cause both headlights and fog lights to go out.
  • September 19: 28 Adrian modified Ford E-150, E-250, and E-350 cargo vans from 2012, Recalled for a potential propane leak, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • September 18: 5,300 Yamaha FZ09 motorcycles from 2014, Recalled for headlight harnesses that may disconnect or break, causing the headlight to go out.
  • September 18: 3,196 GM vehicles from 2011-2014, including GMC Savana CNG and Chevrolet Express CNG models, Recalled for potentially leaking natural gas, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • September 18: 1,290 Ford Transit vehicles from 2015, Recalled for potential brake fluid leakage.
  • September 18: 592 Ford Transit cargo vans from 2015, Recalled for sliding doors that may have been manufactured without epoxy reinforcement, which could cause the doors to unlatch and open during side impact crashes.
  • September 17: 25,483 Chrysler Fiat 500L from 2014-2015, Recalled for possible improper deployment of the air bags.
  • September 17: 8,070 Continental Tire motorcycle tires, Recalled for potential separation between the tread, belt, and carcass resulting in a loss of tire pressure.
  • September 15: 20,000 Toyota vehicles from 2008-2014, including FJ Cruiser and Tacoma models, Recalled for potentially listing incorrect tire inflation information.
  • September 15: 356 Grand Design RV Momentum fifth-wheel trailers from 2014, Recalled for suspension bolts that may shear, causing the axle springs to detach from the frame hanger.
  • September 15: Certain Chrysler 200 vehicles from 2015, Recalled for wiring that may melt due to excessive heat, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • September 12: 133,227 Ford vehicles from 2013-2014, including Escape and Focus ST models, Recalled for potential stalling.
  • September 12: 70,209 Ford hybrid electric vehicles from 2005-2008, including Ford Escape and Mercury Mariner models, Recalled for the coolant pump in the hybrid system which may fail, resulting in overheating.
  • September 12: Certain Porsche Macan vehicles from 2015, Recalled for the brake booster which may have been damaged during installation.
  • September 11: 48,114 GM vehicles from 2013, including Buick Encore and Cadillac ATS models, Recalled for lap belt pretensioner cables that may not lock in place when tightened, allowing the seat belts to be extended when pulled on.
  • September 11: 415 Jayco Seneca motorhomes from 2013-2014, Recalled for potential electrical shorts due to water corrosion.
  • September 11: 218 Mercedes-Benz GLK350 vehicles from 2013, Recalled for voltage in the parking lamp circuit that exceeds Federal Safety Standards. The higher illumination level may cause glare to oncoming vehicles, increasing the risk of a crash.
  • September 11: 163 Jayco White Hawk Summit 27RBOK travel trailers from 2014-2015, Recalled for tires that may rub against the outrigger which could cause premature wear or tire failure.
  • September 11: 158 Mercedes-Benz vehicles from 2011-2012, including S550 and S65 AMG models, Recalled for potentially malfunctioning TPMS indicators.
  • September 11: 57 Winnebago motorhomes from 2015, Recalled for potentially missing a damper plate which could lead to a fire.
  • September 10: 31 ShowHauler recreational vehicles from 2010-2014, Recalled for the plastic furnace intake fan which may melt, causing a fire.
  • September 10: 20 Entegra Cornerstone motorhomes from 2014-2015, Recalled for seat belt attachments that may be incorrect and seat belts that may fray.
  • September 9: 14,940 Chevrolet Impala vehicles from 2014-2015, Recalled for the center storage console, which may not stay latched during a crash.
  • September 9: 16,527 Imperial triangle warning signs manufactured by Torch, Recalled for reflecting an inadequate amount of light.
  • September 9: 1,968 GM vehicles from 2009-2010, including Chevrolet Aveo and Pontiac G3 models, Recalled for the ABS valve which may corrode.
  • September 9: 1,600 Autotech Accessories Avid 03 15×8.0 +25 offset aftermarket wheels, Recalled for the spokes which may break, causing the rim to separate from the center part of the wheel.
  • September 9: 280 Delphi Automotive Systems replacement fuel pump modules for 2005-2010 Honda Odyssey vehicles, Recalled for potentially sending an incorrect fuel reading, which could cause the vehicle to run out of gas.
  • September 9: Certain Porsche 918 Spyder vehicles from 2015, Recalled for rear-axle control arms that may break, causing difficulty controlling the vehicle.
  • September 8: 126,000 Honda motorcycles from 2001-2012, including GL1800 and GL1800A models, Recalled for rear brakes that may drag after release.
  • September 8: 10 Kovatch Predator and Panther fire fighting vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for the latch plate of the seat belt, which may become partially engaged with the buckle.
  • September 5: 202,155 Saturn Vue vehicles from 2002-2004, Recalled for ignitions that may allow keys to be removed when the ignition is not in the “Off” position.
  • September 5: 1,755 Helmet City HCI Model 100 L, XL, and XXL motorcycle helmets, Recalled for failing to comply with Federal Safety Standards.
  • September 5: 1,041 Forest River recreational vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for microwaves that may start on their own and potentially start a fire.
  • September 5: 342 Tucker Rocky Cyber River Road Grateful Dead U-6 motorcycle helmets, Recalled for failing to conform to impact attenuation requirements.
  • September 4: 6,832 Dorman intermediate steering shafts sold for installation on GM vehicles from 2004-2012, Recalled for inadequate support of the u-joint bearing, which could cause complete loss of steering.
  • September 4: Certain Directed remote start systems and interface modules, Recalled for potentially shutting down the vehicle while in motion.
  • September 3: 82,509 SKF USA axle seals installed on Chevrolet and GMC vehicles from 1999-2013, Recalled for potentially leaking oil on the rear brakes.
  • September 3: 3,914 UCI-Fram Group E84070 replacement fuel pumps marketed and sold by Airtex Products, Recalled for potentially leaking fluid, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • September 3: 486 Trans National Trading Outlaw T-70 XL motorcycle helmets, Recalled for failing to comply with Federal Safety Standards.
  • September 3: 158 Tiffin Motorhomes Allegro Bus recreational vehicles from 2014, Recalled for seat belt attachments that may be incorrect and seat belts that may fray.
  • September 3: 27 BMW vehicles from 2014, including BMW i3 and MINI Cooper Hardtop models, Recalled for air bag inflators that may not have been assembled correctly, which could cause the air bag to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • August 29: 508 Ford vehicles from 2014, including C-Max and Focus models, Recalled for steering gears that may have been incorrectly assembled.
  • August 29: 440 Aston Martin vehicles from 2014, including DB9 and Rapide S models, Recalled for a faulty circuit board which may cause the transmission to shift without driver input.
  • August 28: 800 Genuine Scooters Stella 125 Automatic scooters from 2014, Recalled for potential engine stalls.
  • August 28: 22 GM vehicles from 2015, including GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Suburban models, Recalled for the roof rail air bags that may puncture or tear during deployment.
  • August 27: 28,000 Ricon wheelchair lifts, Recalled for the platform side plates of the lifts which may crack.
  • August 27: 19,249 Suzuki Kizashi vehicles from 2010-2013, Recalled for fuel tanks that may crack as a result of hose blockage due to spider webs.
  • August 26: 120,426 GM vehicles from 2011-2013, including Buick Regal and Chevrolet Malibu models, Recalled for turn signal bulbs that may burn out.
  • August 26: 106 GM vehicles from 2014, including Chevrolet Camaro and Buick Regal models, Recalled for potential loss of steering due to improperly torqued fasteners.
  • August 26: Sutphen Minitower fire truck from 2013, Recalled for seat belts latches that may become partially engaged with the buckle, making the seat belt difficult to unlatch.
  • August 21: 15,956 Chrysler vehicles from 2014-2015, including Jeep Cherokee and Chrysler 200 models, Recalled for insufficient welding that may cause the rear shocks to detach from the vehicle.
  • August 21: 81 Jaguar XF vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for potential reduction of power steering assist.
  • August 20: 144 Jaguar XK vehicles from 2013-2015, Recalled for incorrect information about proper inflation on the spare tire, which could lead to tire failure.
  • August 19: 39,181 Recaro ProSport model 385 car seats, Recalled for failing to conform to Federal Safety Standard requirements, increasing the risk of injury.
  • August 19: 2,990 GM vehicles from 2013-2014, including Buick Encore and Chevrolet Cruze models, Recalled for engine block heater cord wires that may become exposed.
  • August 18: 9,371 GM vehicles from 2007-2011, including Chevrolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD models, Recalled for a potential risk of fire.
  • August 15: 124,007 GM vehicles from 2013-2015, including Chevrolet Silverado and Cadillac CTS models, Recalled for an incomplete weld that may not keep the front seats secured in the event of a crash.
  • August 15: 16,249 Toyota Tundra vehicles from 2013-2014 modified by Gulf Stream Toyota, Recalled for chrome-plated lug nuts which may fracture or give, causing the wheels to separate from the vehicle.
  • August 14: 83,250 Ford vehicles from 2013-2014, including Ford Flex and Lincoln MKX models, Recalled for the halfshaft and the linkshaft which may become disengaged while driving.
  • August 14: 57,242 Chevrolet Impala vehicles from 2014, Recalled for a potential loss of power steering assist during start up or while driving.
  • August 13: 40,551 Land Rover vehicles from 2010-2015, including LR2 and Evoque models, Recalled for the air bags which may be disabled in the event of a crash.
  • August 12: 455 Thor motorhomes from 2014-2015, including Axis and Vegas models, Recalled for the use of incorrect adhesive that may cause the treads on the entry stairs to come loose.
  • August 11: 151,389 Volkswagen Tiguan vehicles from 2009-2014, Recalled for a potential vehicle stall due to bubbles that may form in the fuel system.
  • August 11: 235 Morgan 3 Wheeler Limited 3W motorcycles from 2012-2014, Recalled for missing a warning lamp to inform the rider about low brake fluid levels.
  • August 8: 18,526 Volkswagen Routan vehicles from 2009, Recalled for the ignition switch which may move out of the run position, turning off the engine or causing the air bags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • August 6: 184,611 GM vehicles from 2005-2007, including GMC Envoy and Chevrolet Trailblazer models, Recalled for a potential short in the circuit board which may cause a fire.
  • August 6: 263 Toyota Sienna vehicles from 2014, Recalled for the transmission shift control cable which may separate while the vehicle is being driven.
  • August 5: Subaru vehicles from 2003-2005, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • August 5: Mitsubishi Outlander vehicles from 2007-2013 with 6-speed automatic transmissions, Recalled for the power steering pressure tube that may leak.
  • August 1: 225,000 Hyundai Santa Fe vehicles from 2001-2006, Recalled for the front coil spring which may fracture and potentially puncture a tire.
  • August 1: 133,075 Hyundai Sonata vehicles from 2011, Recalled for a potential brake fluid line leak.
  • August 1: 61,122 Hyundai Veracruz vehicles from 2007-2012, Recalled for a potential oil leak that may damage the alternator.
  • August 1: 3,361 Harley-Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider motorcycles from 2014, Recalled for possible engine vibrations that may cause the ignition switch to move to accessory mode, causing the motorcycle to stall.
  • August 1: 1,939 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles from 2014, Recalled for an improper welding that may cause the shock absorber tubes to separate, resulting in a sudden change in vehicle handling.
  • August 1: 1,919 Chevrolet Spark vehicles from 2014, Recalled for lower control arm bolts that may not be tightened properly.
  • July 31: 131,568 Brake Parts rear wheel brake shoes, Recalled for possible detachment from the brake lining.
  • July 31: Certain Mitsubishi Outlander vehicles from 2007 and 2009, Recalled for replacement transfer case assemblies whose oil seal may come out of position.
  • July 30: 883,000 Hyundai Sonata vehicles from 2011-2014, Recalled for the transmission shift cable which may detach.
  • July 30: 4,794 GM vehicles from 2013-2014, including Chevrolet Caprice and SS models, Recalled for the windshield wipers which may become inoperative.
  • July 29: 414,333 GM vehicles from 2010-2012, including Cadillac SRX and Buick LaCrosse models, Recalled for a seat bolt that may fall out, which could cause the seat to suddenly drop to the lowest vertical position.
  • July 29: 25,899 Suzuki Verona vehicles from 2004-2006, Recalled for potential heat generation that could melt the DRL module, causing a vehicle fire.
  • July 29: 2,473 Sunright Rodia RDH 500 motorcycle helmets, Recalled for potentially not protecting the user’s head adequately in the case of a crash.
  • July 29: 305 Piaggio Vespa 946 Vespa scooters from 2013, Recalled for a fuel line that may leak.
  • July 29: 9 Spartan Motor Gladiator emergency vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for a potential fuel leak, which could cause a vehicle fire.
  • July 28: 643,618 Chrysler vehicles from 2005-2007, Recalled for the ignition switches that may be knocked out of the run position, turning off the engine or causing the air bags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • July 28: 226,326 Nissan vehicles from 2002-2004, including Pathfinder and Maxima models, Recalled for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • July 28: 5,650 Hyundai Sonata vehicles from 2015, Recalled for a manufacturing error of the front brake calipers, which could reduce braking effectiveness.
  • July 28: Mitsubishi Lancer vehicles from 2004-2005, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • July 25: 18,050 Mazda vehicles from 2003-2004, including Mazda6 and RX-8 models, Recalled for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • July 24: 16,932 Cadillac CTS vehicles from 2011, Recalled for the roof rail air bags which may deploy unexpectedly.
  • July 24: 2,001 VW Golf and GTI vehicles from 2015, Recalled for a stabilizer link fastener which may come loose and interfere with the steering.
  • July 24: 184 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra vehicles from 2014 with the optional all-weather floor mats and vinyl flooring, Recalled for not having the retention features necessary to properly secure the floor mats.
  • July 23: 712 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles from 2014, Recalled for optional seats not meeting internal specifications for injury protection.
  • July 22: 57,192 GM vehicles from 2015, including Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and GMC Sierra 3500 HD models, Recalled for a potential loss of power steering fluid.
  • July 21: 573,395 BMW vehicles from 2000-2006, including 323i and M3 models, Recalled for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • July 21: 554,328 Cadillac vehicles from 2003-2014, Recalled for the ignition switches that may move out of the run position, turning off the engine or causing the air bags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • July 21: 392,459 GM vehicles from 2014-2015, including Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra models, Recalled for an electrical signal short which may cause the transfer case to shift to neutral without driver input.
  • July 21: 90,750 Cadillac vehicles from 2013-2014, including CTS and ATS models, Recalled for the transmission shift cable which may detach.
  • July 17: 311 Mercedes-Benz vehicles from 2014, including SLK 250 and SL 550 models, Recalled for air bags that may not have been assembled correctly, which could cause the air bag to not deploy properly.
  • July 17: 57 Allied Recreation motor homes from 2013-2014, Recalled for seat belt attachments that may be incorrect and cause fraying.
  • July 17: 14 Allied Recreation motor homes from 2015, Recalled for seat belt attachments that may be incorrect and cause fraying.
  • July 16: 261 Viking RV recreational vehicles from 2014, Recalled for incorrect labels regarding tire air pressure which could result in tire blowout.
  • July 16: 57 Viking RV recreational vehicles from 2014, Recalled for incorrect labels regarding tire air pressure which could result in tire blowout.
  • July 14: 651,130 Chrysler vehicles from 2011-2014, including Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango models, Recalled for wiring in the vanity lamp that may short circuit, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • July 14: 66,421 Harley-Davidson Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles from 2014, Recalled for a potential pinched brake line which could cause a front wheel lock-up.
  • July 14: 28,789 Saab 9-3 Convertible vehicles from 2004-2011, Recalled for seat belt retractors that may break.
  • July 14: 2,138 Hyundai Sonata vehicles from 2015, Recalled for a possible reduction of power steering assist.
  • July 14: 100 Gulf Stream Coach fifth wheel and travel trailers from 2014, Recalled for rivets attaching the support for the entry stairs which may fail.
  • July 8: Updated recall: 6,729,742 GM vehicles from 1997-2008, Recalled for the ignition switches that may move out of the run position, turning off the engine or causing the air bags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • July 8: 660,238 Subaru vehicles from 2005-2014, including Impreza and Legacy models, Recalled for potential brake line corrosion.
  • July 8: 14,078 Acura vehicles from 2013-2014, including ILX and ILX Hybrid models, Recalled for excessive heat temperatures around the headlight bulbs, which may cause smoke, melting, and fire.
  • July 8: 8,557 Subaru vehicles from 2003-2004, including Legacy and Outback models, Recalled for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • July 8: 860 Lotus vehicles from 2008-2011, including Evora and Elise models, Recalled for the oil cooler hose which may detach, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • July 8: 146 Mitsubishi vehicles from 2014, including the Lancer Evolution model, Recalled for potential damage to the power steering tube, causing a leak in power steering fluid.
  • July 8: 70 Jaguar XJ vehicles from 2013, Recalled for generic software that do not conform to Federal Safety Standards for Occupant Crash Protection.
  • July 8: 68 Jaguar XF vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for potential leaking of brake fluid due to a worn brake pipe.
  • July 8: 56 Mobility Specialist modified Ford E-150 vehicles from 2007-2008, Recalled for the outer barrier of the wheel chair lift which may become bent or misaligned.
  • July 2: 1,910,102 Graco car seats, including SnugRide models, Recalled for the buckle which may become stuck in a latched position.
  • July 1: 438,109 Chrysler vehicles from 2008-2010, including Dodge Caravan and Chrysler Town and Country models, Recalled for the ignition switches that may move out of the run position, turning off the engine or causing the air bags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • July 1: 35,000 Hyundai Elantra Touring vehicles from 2010-2012, Recalled for a support bracket that may become displaced during a side air bag deployment.
  • July 1: 4,414 Tiffin recreational vehicles from 2008-2011, Recalled for a potential short in a circuit board for LED lights, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • July 1: 103 Suzuki DL650A V-Strom motorcycles from 2014, Recalled for the drive chain which may not have been riveted, causing it to come off.
  • June 30: 464,712 Chevrolet Camaro vehicles from 2010-2014, Recalled for the switches that may move out of the run position, turning off the engine or causing the air bags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • June 27: 29,019 Chevrolet Cruze vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for the driver’s front air bag inflator, which may have been manufactured with an incorrect part.
  • June 27: 1,360 BMW motorcycles from 2012-2014, including C 600 Sport and C 650 GT models, Recalled for a potential engine stall.
  • June 27: 196 Nissan LEAF vehicles from 2014, Recalled for a problem with the motor control circuit board which may cause the vehicle to suddenly shut down.
  • June 26: 4,629 Ford F-150 vehicles from 2014 with Electronic Power Assist Steering (EPAS), Recalled for an incorrectly installed EPAS gear motor position sensor magnet which may cause a total loss of steering control while driving.
  • June 26: 950 BMW R1200 RT motorcycles from 2014, Recalled for the piston rod in the rear shock absorber which may break without warning, causing loss of stability.
  • June 26: 13 Seagrave Fire Apparatus emergency vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for the seat belt latch plate, which may become partially engaged with the buckle.
  • June 24: 58,669 Ford vehicles from 2005-2007, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 24: 34,600 Mazda vehicles from 2003-2008, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 24: BMW vehicles from 2001-2006, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 24: Toyota vehicles from 2003-2005, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 24: Honda vehicles from 2001-2011, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 24: Honda vehicles from 2003-2005, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 24: Chrysler vehicles, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 24: Nissan vehicles, In a limited regional recall for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment of the air bag.
  • June 19: 57,512 GM vehicles from 2014-2015, including Chevrolet Silverado and Tahoe models, Recalled for inoperative radios that may not alert drivers to safety issues such as rollaway.
  • June 19: 61 GM vehicles from 2013, including Buick Encore and Chevrolet Spark models, Recalled for improper welding that may cause the passenger side front air bag to not deploy.
  • June 18: 33,000 Mazda Tribute vehicles from 2008-2011, Recalled for potential loss of power steering assist, increasing the risk of a crash.
  • June 18: 31,250 GM vehicles from 2012, including Chevrolet Camaro and Buick Verano models, Recalled for the driver side frontal air bag which may not deploy.
  • June 18: 3,107 Kia Cadenza vehicles from 2014 equipped with 19” non-chrome aluminum wheels, Recalled for potential fracturing of the wheels.
  • June 18: 33 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles from 2014, Recalled for the Sensing and Diagnostic Module which may short circuit, resulting in the deactivation of the air bags and seat belt pretensioners.
  • June 17: 10,462 Lexus GS 350 vehicles from 2013, Recalled for a failed switch which may cause the vehicle to brake on its own.
  • June 17: 209 Harley-Davidson Chrome Hand Control Lever Kits for Sportster XL motorcycles from 2014, Recalled for potentially causing the front wheel to lock up.
  • June 13: 844,277 Toyota vehicles from 2002-2004, including Sequoia and Corolla models, Recalled for air bag inflators that may rupture upon deployment.
  • June 13: 4,000 Double Camel Vail Sport ST LH 99 tubeless tires, Recalled for possibly missing the load range designation, which could cause the owners to unknowingly overload and lead to a blowout.
  • June 13: 1,038 Honda Fit vehicles from 2013 with a manual transmission, Recalled for the driveshaft which may fracture and separate from the vehicle.
  • June 9: 183,425 Ford Taurus vehicles from 2010-2014, Recalled for the license plate lamp assembly which may corrode as a result of water intrusion, increasing the risk of a fire.
  • June 9: 17,726 Dodge Ram ProMaster from 2014, Recalled for water intrusion that may cause circuit corrosion, disabling numerous things such as air bags and turn signals.
  • June 9: 6,120 Chrysler vehicles from 2014, including Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee models, Recalled for the adaptive cruise control that may cause unintended continued acceleration.
  • June 9: 4,141 Fiat 500e Battery Electric Vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for a potential short circuit which could cause the service fuse to blow.
  • June 9: 101 Keystone Dutchmen Infinity fifth wheel trailers from 2014, Recalled for the interior steps which may fracture.
  • June 5: 740,878 Ford vehicles from 2008-2011, including Mercury Mariner and Ford Escape models, Recalled for a potential loss of power steering assist, increasing the risk of a crash.
  • June 5: 179,027 Ford Explorer vehicles from 2011-2013, Recalled for a potential loss of power steering assist, increasing the risk of a crash.
  • June 4: 50,000 Toyota Highlander vehicles from 2014, Recalled for improper software that may cause the front passenger seat belt force limiter to malfunction.
  • June 3: 334 Nissan vehicles from 2014, including Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti QX60 models, Recalled for lug nuts that may fall off, which may result in tire separation.
  • June 3: HME Ferrara Intruder Ember Cab and Chassis emergency vehicle from 2013, Recalled for the latch plate of the seat belt which may become partially engaged with the buckle.
  • June 2: 370,000 Toyota Sienna vehicles from 2004-2011, Recalled for the carrier cable which may corrode, causing the spare tire to separate from the vehicle.
  • June 2: 82,579 Ford all weather floor mats sold for vehicles from 2006-2011, including Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ models, Recalled for potential interference with the accelerator pedal.
  • June 2: 14,529 UCI-FRAM Group ignition switches for GM vehicles, Recalled for the switches that may move out of the run position, turning off the engine or causing the air bags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
  • June 2: 231 Toyota Highlander vehicles from 2014, Recalled for seats that may have been manufactured incorrectly, causing the seats to come out of their tracks.
  • May 29: 6,209 Federal Couragia tires, Recalled for potential shoulder cracks.
  • May 29: 1,644 Nissan Rogue vehicles from 2014, Recalled for incorrect bolts which could fall out and result in a loss of vehicle control.
  • May 29: 152 Forest River fifth wheel trailers from 2014, Recalled for incorrect labels regarding weight, which could result in tire failure.
  • May 28: 112 E-One emergency vehicles from 2013-2014, including Cyclone II and Quest Fire Fighting models, Recalled for software that may have a defect that affects the electric operations.
  • May 28: 98 Gillig accelerator pedals sold as aftermarket parts, Recalled for springs that may break, causing unintended acceleration.
  • May 28: Certain Ford E-350 vehicles from 2008-2010 modified by Advanced Wheels of Technology for wheel chair lifts, Recalled for roll stop latches on the outer barrier of the lifts which may become bent or misaligned.
  • May 27: Updated Recall: 1,131,113 GM vehicles from 2004-2008, Recalled for the transmission shift cable which may fracture, potentially causing a vehicle rollaway.
  • May 27: 58 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra vehicles from 2015, Recalled for a potential engine fire.
  • May 23: 184,244 Suzuki Forenza and Reno vehicles from 2004-2008, Recalled for a potential fire risk.
  • May 22: 67,416 Circle Seal Controls compressed natural gas fuel tanks, Recalled for potential fuel leaks, increasing the risk of a fire or explosion.
  • May 21: 1,339,355 GM vehicles from 2009-2014, including Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse models, Recalled for the flexible steel cable connecting the seat belt to the front seating positions which may fatigue and separate.
  • May 21: 218,000 Chevrolet Aveo vehicles from 2004-2008, Recalled for a potential fire risk.
  • May 21: 19,225 Cadillac CTS vehicles from 2014, Recalled for wipers that may be inoperative.
  • May 21: 1,420 BMW R 1200 GS motorcycles from 2013, Recalled for a possible oil leak from the transmission.
  • May 21: 1,402 Cadillac Escalade vehicles from 2015, Recalled for air bags which may only partially deploy.
  • May 21: 214 Chevrolet Optra vehicles from 2004-2008, Recalled for a potential fire risk.
  • May 20: 6,400 BMW X5 SAV vehicles from 2014, Recalled for child locks that may disengage.
  • May 19: 137,500 Hyundai Tucson vehicles from 2011-2014, Recalled for air bag assembly in the steering wheel which may come loose from its mounting.
  • May 19: 211 Nissan LEAF vehicles from 2014, Recalled due to missing welds on the front structural member assembly.
  • May 19: 65 Open Range LF319 fifth wheel trailers from 2014, Recalled for a potential gas leak.
  • May 16: 2,440,524 GM vehicles from 2004-2012, including Chevrolet Malibu and Pontiac G6 models, Recalled for voltage fluctuations which can cause numerous conditions, including brake lights not illuminating when the brake pedal is pushed.
  • May 16: 103,158 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles from 2005-2007, Recalled for the potential loss of low beam headlamp illumination.
  • May 16: 31,000 LiquidMetal Motorsports Kronk wheels, Recalled for possible cracking, which could result in tire failure.
  • May 16: 8,208 GM vehicles from 2014, including Buick Lacrosse and Chevrolet Malibu models, Recalled for front brake pads which may detach from the caliper, causing a reduction in braking.
  • May 15: 140,067 Chevrolet Malibu vehicles from 2014, Recalled for a hydraulic boost assist that may become disabled, requiring additional brake pedal effort and a lengthened stopping distance to slow or stop the vehicle.
  • May 15: 477 GM vehicles from 2014, including Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra models, Recalled for a potential loss of steering.
  • May 13: 581,986 Ford Escape vehicles from 2013-2014, Recalled for doors that may be difficult to close or may possibly open while driving.
  • May 12: 644,850 Chrysler vehicles from 2010-2014, including Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Grand Caravan models, Recalled for the vent window switch which may overheat, resulting in a fire.
  • May 12: 594,785 Ford vehicles from 2013-2014, including C-MAX and Escape models, Recalled for potential delayed deployment of the side-curtain roll over air bag during a crash.
  • May 12: 223 MV Agusta motorcycles from 2014, including Rivale 800 and F3 675 models, Recalled for the swingarm pin bolt which may fail.
  • May 12: 107 Winnebago motorhomes from 2014-2015, Recalled due to potential leakage from the brake hose.