General Motors has issued three more car recalls, totaling over 2 million vehicles.
General Motors has expanded its car recall for an ignition switch problem.
Michelin is recalling 1.2 million of its tires for a defect that could cause tread separation.
Chrysler has announced three recalls affecting 1.2 million Dodge Ram pickups for steering system problems.
Some Honda Odyssey minivans are being recalled because a malfunction may cause the brakes to be applied unexpectedly.
Nearly 400,000 Ford and Lincoln cars from the 2013 model year are being recalled due to a fuel leak problem.
Howdy, pilgrim, it’s another recall roundup (insert sound of blasting six shooters here). This week, we’ve herded up a whole passel of defective little doggies. Saddle up and find out if your auto is on the list! This month Ford announced it was expanding a recall of its Ford F-150 and Lincoln Mark LT trucks
Howdy, cowpokes, and welcome to another recall roundup. This month there have already been around 3 million rootin’-tootin’ recalls, and here are the details on the biggest of the bunch. Yeehaw! It’s no surprise Toyota’s latest recall is the biggest doggie in this herd. The automaker issued recalls affecting 2.7 million Toyota and Lexus SUVs
Yeehaw! It’s time for another rootin’-tootin’ recall roundup, and it looks like the 2011 models are looking to get a head start on potentially dangerous quality defects: Three auto manufacturers are already announcing recalls on 2011 models, and it’s not even New Year’s. Anyway, there’s a whole herd of recalls to cover here, so let’s
Toyota recently corrected the electronic stability control problem in its Lexus GX 460 SUV that drew a “Do Not Buy” rating from Consumer Reports. The defect had previously made the SUV vulnerable to roll over in Consumer Reports tests. What’s interesting about this fix is that it shows off one of the strengths of the