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2017, 2018 and 2019 Jeep Compass owners are reporting two different dangerous issues with their vehicles. Some owners have reported that the vehicles are shutting off while driving at highway speeds. Other Compass owners have experienced stalling immediately after the vehicle restarts at stop lights or stop signs.

Honda recalls 1.2 million vehicles over airbag dangers -- again

If you thought the Takata airbag inflator scandal and recalls were coming to an end, think again. Recent news reports indicate that a type of Takata inflator once thought to be safe and reliable has come under the microscope after a crash and explosion injured a Honda minivan driver.

The troubling incident compelled the Japanese automaker to recall about 1.2 million vehicles across North America and Central America. The affected vehicles are from the model years 2001 to 2016. The recall is to replace airbag inflators that had not been part of previous recalls.

Audi A8, A6, A7 and Q7 vehicles recalled for fire risks

If it sometimes feels as if automakers from the U.S., Japan, Italy, South Korea and the UK are in the midst of one recall after another, that is because that is exactly what is going on. Of course, we should not leave Germany out of the list of nations famed for their cars yet struggling to keep owners safe.

German luxury automaker Audi recently announced that it is recalling 75,000 of its high-end vehicles due to risks of fires.

Ford Recalls 1.5 million F-150 Trucks for Transmission Defect

There is an old saying that bad things come in threes. While we doubt the accuracy of the proverb, Ford Motor Company might not. The iconic American automaker recently issued a trio of recalls that include its popular F-150 pickup truck.

The flurry of Ford recalls includes 1.5 million F-150 trucks plagued with a transmission defect that can cause the truck to downshift to first gear without warning.

More dangerous airbags: Over 1.7 million vehicles recalled

Some of the biggest names in motor vehicle manufacturing were recently added to the ever-expanding list of carmakers struggling with Takata airbag inflators. As you undoubtedly know, Takata is a Japanese automotive parts company whose airbag inflators can explode and injure people.

The latest recall of potentially unsafe vehicles from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration includes 1.7 million vehicles from Japanese, German, American and Italian automakers Subaru, BMW, Volkswagen, Tesla, Ferrari, Daimler Vans and Mercedes.

Ford expands airbag recall for U.S. vehicles

The recent report from Ford garnered headlines across the nation. The automaker said it is recalling more than 953,000 vehicles worldwide to replace Takata passenger air bag inflators. The iconic vehicle manufacturer said the air bag inflators can explode and hurl dangerous shrapnel.

The recall includes more than 782,000 vehicles across the United States and is one of the biggest recalls in the nation's history, news sources reported.

Mercedes Recalls over 100,000 Vehicle for Seat Belts and Airbags

German automaker Mercedes is known far and wide for the reliability and safety of its high-end automobiles. But the manufacturing behemoth recently issued a pair of recalls over safety issues that will undoubtedly concern consumers.

One of the recalls involves passenger-side airbags. Indicators in the recalled vehicles can show that the airbags have been activated - when, in fact, the safety devices have been disabled.

Honda recalls vans with dangerously faulty sliding doors

Japanese auto manufacturing giant Honda has been plagued over the past couple of months with recalls of its popular Accord and Insight models over software problems with backup cameras. At the time, the company also said it was recalling 1.4 million U.S. vehicles to replace Takata front passenger air bag inflators.

Now Honda is recalling 107,000 Odyssey minivans because the power sliding doors might not latch properly. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the doors could open while the vans are in motion.


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