Monthly Recall Update: Chrysler, Jeep, General Motors, Ford, Hyndai
Recalls on products such as consumer products, motor vehicles, and medicine happen frequently. These products get recalled because they risk consumer safety. Therefore it is very important that you are aware of these recalls to prevent injury.
Chrysler is recalling select 2017-2018 Pacifica Plug-in Hybrid Electric vehicles. If the engine is started improperly thee could be a loss of motive power. This increases the risk of crash and fire.
Jeep is recalling select 2019 Jeep Cherokee vehicles with 2.4L engines. There may be a chance that the transmission was not calibrated correctly, increasing the risk of for the vehicle to stall.
General Motors is recalling select 2014-2016 Cadillac CTS vehicles that have heated front seats. Overtime and the heating mats can wear, causing excessive heat.
Ford is recalling select 2017-2018 Ford GT vehicles. The rear wing valve block may leak which increase the risk of fire.
Hyundai is recalling select 2017-2018 Hyundai loniq Hybrid and 2018 loniq Plug-in Hybrid vehicles. The electrical resistance may cause overheating, increasing the risk of fire.
Sources: www.recalls.gov, www.nhtsa.gov