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Dodge & Chrysler Vehicles Recalled Due to Airbag Cover Malfunction

Posted on August 26th, 2020 by Lemon Law America

Nearly 1 million Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) are being recalled due to pieces of the drivers-side airbag cover acting as dangerous projectiles in the case of a crash. There is the potential for parts of the plastic airbag cover may come apart and hit passengers in the car if deployed. The automaker is currently aware […]

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Jeep Cherokee Recall Over Power Loss or Not Being Able to Park

Posted on July 24th, 2020 by Lemon Law America

Jeep is issuing two separate recalls for the Cherokee SUV due to issues with the same part. Approximately 67,248 Jeep Cherokees from 2014-2017 model years are being recalled because of issues with the Power Transfer Unit (PTU), which is an important part of the all-wheel-drive system. The PTU may be unable to maintain a connection […]

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Nissan Recalls 216,000 Vehicles Over Airbag Issues

Posted on June 25th, 2020 by Lemon Law America

On April 1, 2020, Nissan issued a recall of 216,000 of its vehicles due to the risk of the Takata airbags because they had the potential to malfunction. Impacted vehicles have airbags that may fail to employ or rupture completely when deployed, resulting in the potential for serious injuries or even death. All impacted airbags […]

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Hyundai Recall Due to Issue with Remote Parking Assist Feature

Posted on May 27th, 2020 by Lemon Law America

Hyundai vehicles that are equipped with its smart parking system are being recalled. This recall is due to an error with the software that may cause the vehicle to continue moving even if the system malfunctions. This causes the vehicle to move in its last commanded direction even if there was a detected error. Impacted […]

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Kia Optima Recall Due to Fire Risk

Posted on April 27th, 2020 by Lemon Law America

Kia is recalling 140,000 2013 and 2014 Optima sedans due to a fuel leak that could ultimately result in a fire. This is due to a faulty fuel hose that has the potential to deteriorate quickly and develop cracks, allowing for a fuel leak and increasing the risk of a fire. Drivers in affected vehicles […]

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