In the previous week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of the United States announced a number of recalls, including over 230,000 Nissan Sentra automobiles. This recall is being conducted in order to fix a potential problem that could result in a loss of steering control.
Another recall involves Chrysler recalling more than 181,000 Jeep Compass SUVs because of a software issue that affects the instrument panel brightness’s ability to be adjusted.
The USA TODAY automotive recall database or the NHTSA’s own recall database can be used by car owners to confirm these recalls. Additionally, customers can search for recalls on the NHTSA website using the VIN, or unique identification number, of their car.
The NHTSA released the following list of vehicle recalls between August 10 and August 16. Nearly 270,000 automobiles, including makes like Toyota and Chrysler, had recalls in the previous week. Check out the section on auto recalls for further information.The NHTSA released the following list of vehicle recalls between August 10 and August 16. Nearly 270,000 automobiles, including makes like Toyota and Chrysler, had recalls in the previous week. Check out the section on auto recalls for further information.
Nissan Sentra Recall: Between 2020 and 2022, Nissan produced 236 238 Sentra automobiles, which are being recalled. The problem is the left and right tie rods’ bending and breaking, which could result in a loss of steering control. Front tie rods may become bent under certain operating circumstances, such as running into curbs. The first day of the recall is October 5, 2023, and replacement parts should be accessible during the winter of 2023–2024. Nissan advises contacting dealers if you experience vibrations or problems with the steering wheel. Tie rods that are bent or broken are replaced for free after inspection. This recall, with the reference number R23B3, expands and supersedes the one from June 2021.
Chrysler Recall for the 2020–2021 Nissan Sentra: Jeep Compass:
181,999 Jeep Compass SUVs built between 2022 and 2023 are being recalled by Chrysler. The instrument panel cluster (IPC) brightness issue is addressed by the recall. This issue may not be fixable because of flawed software in the body control module. This problem could cause the motorist to become disoriented and cause accidents. On October 3, 2023, the recall will start, and dealers will offer free software updates.
Chrysler is recalling 162,713 Jeep cars, including the 2022–2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2021–2023 Jeep Grand Cherokee L, and the 2022–2024 Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer SUVs. 2022–2023 Jeep Compass is included in this recall. The issue is that while the car is in reverse, the rearview image does not appear on the screen. Free software updates for the Central Vision Park Assist Module are part of the recall. It is planned for the recall to begin on October 3, 2023.
2021-2023 2022–2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee Grand Wagoneer Jeep
2022-2024 Subaru Wagoneer
F-250, F-350, and F-450 Ford Recall:
18,513 2023 F-Super Duty F250, F350, and F450 pickup trucks are being recalled by Ford. The Pro Trailer Hitch Assist feature’s inability to display the default rearview camera image has led to the recall. There is an accident danger due to this inaccurate rear view camera image. On September 18, 2023, Ford intends to start alerting owners, and dealers will provide gratis software updates.
2023 Ford F-250
2023 Ford F-350
2023 Ford F-450
Recall from Mercedes-Benz: The company is recalling 880 certain 2023 E450, E350, AMG E63 S, and AMG E53 sedans, as well as CLS450, AMG GT53, and AMG GT43 coupes. The exit warning system, which may not notify passengers of oncoming traffic when leaving a parked car, is the main focus of the recall. Accidents or injuries might result from this possible failure. On October 10, 2023, the recall will start, and dealers will update the exit warning system’s software.
2023 2023 Mercedes-Benz AMG E53 2023 Mercedes-Benz AMG E63 S 2023 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT43 2023 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT53 CLS450 Mercedes-Benz
2023 2023 Mercedes-Benz E350 E450 Mercedes-Benz
317 Chevrolet Bolt EV vehicles from the model years 2022–2023 are being recalled by General Motors. The recall deals with a potential issue with the instrument panel that can stop the passenger-side airbag from functioning correctly. This problem raises the possibility of injuries in a collision. The instrument panel will be replaced at no cost by dealers, and the recall will start on September 25, 2023.
2022-2023 Kia Sorento Recall Chevrolet Bolt EV:
Kia Sorento Recall:
Due to the potential for the air bag warning labels on the driver’s and front passenger’s sun visors to come off, Kia is recalling 50,517 2023 Sorento SUVs. This detachment may result in failing to alert passengers to the dangers of air bag deployment, raising the possibility of injury during a collision. The sun visors will be inspected by dealers and replaced as necessary. On October 10, 2023, the recall goes into effect.
Triumph is recalling 7,541 2022–2024 Trident and Tiger Sport motorcycles as part of the 2023 Kia Sorento. The recall addresses a potential blockage in the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) pipe that can cause the MAP sensor to read the air pressure incorrectly. This error could cause an unsteady idle and an engine stall, which would raise the likelihood of a crash. Starting on August 31, 2023, dealers will replace the hose at no cost to the customer.
Triumph Tiger Sport 2022–2024
Recall of the Triumph Trident Indian for 2022–2024:
50 2023 Challenger, Pursuit Dark Horse Icon with Premium Package, Pursuit Dark Horse with Premium Package, and Pursuit Limited with Premium Package motorcycles are being recalled by Indian. The problem is with fuel lines that were put together incorrectly, which can cause engine stalling and raise the possibility of a collision. Starting on September 12, 2023, dealers will replace the fuel lines at no cost to the customer.
Indian Challenger 2023
Dark Horse 2023 Indian Pursuit
Indian Pursuit Limited 2023
Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello and Aviazione Navale Piaggio Recall
260 2023 Moto Guzzi V100 Mandello and Mandello Aviazione Navale motorcycles are being recalled by Piaggio. The rear shock absorber may be missing one or both bushings in this case, which could cause it to fail and result in loss of control or a collision. Starting on August 22, 2023, dealers will check the rear shock absorber and replace it if necessary.
Mandello 2023 Moto Guzzi V100
V100 Moto Guzzi Mandello Aviazione 2023
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