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Recall roundup: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ vans and SUVs for two separate problems


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced two separate recalls which are covering several vans and SUVs in the United States because of the TPMS. The TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) fitted to the Fiat Chrysler vans and SUVs has lead to the announcement of not one, but two separate recalls. According to the car company, the first examples to be affected by ...
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Recall roundup: Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX
Ford has issued a recall for several Edge and Lincoln MKX vehicles because of a problem with corrosion. The North American based automaker Ford has recently announced a recall for the ...
Takata debacle puts GM’s mishaps under the shade
The year started off incredibly hard for General Motors, after a February recall that led to lawsuits, a total rethink of the approach on safety and a record number of ...
NHTSA increases scrutiny over Takata airbag issue
The US auto safety regulator has moved to order the Japanese auto safety parts supplier to provide further documents and give new testimonies under oath in regards to the government’s ...
Recall roundup: More than 200,000 Ford vehicles
Ford has announced a recall which is covering more than 200,000 units because of a possible rusty fuel tank issue. A new recall announced by Ford is covering no less than ...
US: AAA says rear-view cameras can save lives
With winter approaching fast and the hours of light diminishing, pedestrian safety is among the concerns covered by recent AAA studies. One way of reducing the hazard is simple and ...
Recall roundup: Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep SUVs for two separate recalls
The Chrysler Group has recently issued two separate recalls for certain SUVs and pickup trucks which have been affected by two different problems. According to the car manufacturer, the first recall ...
NHTSA expects Takata airbags to be replaced slowly
Although the Japanese auto safety supplier has said it constantly increased the pace of producing replacement airbag kits for the vehicles being recalled globally, the US safety regulator says the ...
Recall roundup: Volkswagen Beetle in Australia
Volkswagen has recently issued a recall for the Beetle in Australia because of a potential problem if the vehicle is involved in a rear-end impact accident. Owners of the Volkswagen Beetle ...
US: Takata increasing production of airbag inflator replacement kits
The Japanese auto safety parts supplier has told the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration it’s struggling to raise production of airbag inflator replacement kits – but it will need ...



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