RECALL UPDATE: Subaru, General Motors, Toyota, Tesla, Jeep
It is important to be aware of recalls for the products you own to limit the chance of injury to yourself and also lower the risk of harm to others. If you stay informed about the products you are using you have a decreased probability of personal injury. Here are a few vehicle recalls from Subaru, General Motors, Toyota, Tesla, Jeep:
Subaru is recalling select 2015 WRX and WRX/STI vehicles with an optional factory-installed subwoofer located in the trunk of the vehicle. An electrical short may damage the subwoofer resulting in electrical short and overheating.
General Motors is recalling select 2015-2016 GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado and 2016 Chevrolet Volt Vehicles. The driver’s frontal air bag may be improperly inflated increasing the risk of injury.
Toyota is recalling select 2005-2007 and 2009-2010 Toyota Sienna vehicles. Due to a problem within the shift lock assembly, the lever can be moved from the “Park” position without depressing the break.
Tesla is recalling select 2016-2017 Model X vehicles. The left-side second row of seats may have backs that do not fully latch.
Jeep is recalling sect 2012 Jeep Liberty and 2012-2013 Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger vehicles. Active headrests may not deploy in certain rear end crashes.
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Sources: www.recalls.gov, www.nhtsa.gov