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Subaru Recalls Over 250,000 Vehicles Due to Potential Power Loss While Driving

Posted on April 6th, 2020 by Lemon Law America

Certain Subaru Crosstrek, Forester, and Ascent SUVs are being recalled due to the potential of suddenly losing power while driving. This is a worrisome safety hazard that can put Subaru drivers in addition to surrounding drivers at risk of an accident. This risk is due to a faulty engine part that may allow the oil […]

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Volvo Recalls Cars Due to Doors Opening Unexpectedly

Posted on January 29th, 2020 by Lemon Law America

Approximately 144,937 Volvo S60 sedans and V60 wagons from 2011-2017 model years are being recalled due to their doors potentially opening unexpectedly while they are in motion. While the driver is navigating sharp turns or roundabouts, the doors may suddenly open without warning despite the doors appearing to be tightly closed. This issue is occurring […]

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Ford Recalls Pickups and SUVs for Loose Cables

Posted on January 2nd, 2020 by Lemon Law America

Ford recently issued two safety recalls that are impacting nearly 228,000 F-150 pickup trucks and Lincoln MKX vehicles. This recall is due to loose cables that may cause stalling or engine fires. Specifically, over 165,000 2019 and 2020 F-150 models were recalled because of concerns regarding loose cables that may impact certain key systems, including […]

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BMW Recalling Over 250,000 Vehicles Due to Rear Camera Concerns

Posted on December 2nd, 2019 by Lemon Law America

BMW drivers should be aware of the recent recall of over 250,000 vehicles because the display settings can be changed, switching the rear-view camera off when the car is in reverse. On top of this, the car’s system will retain the same settings the next time the vehicle is turned on. The National Highway Traffic […]

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Ford Focus Recall Due to Stall Risk

Posted on November 12th, 2019 by Lemon Law America

Ford is currently recalling 58,000 2012-2014 and 2017 Focus vehicles because of a software update that they received as part of a previous recall that wasn’t fully completed. The original recall aimed to remedy the gas tank that could result in a loss of power, inaccurate fuel gauge readings or an indicator light that signals […]

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