Gone Rogue: 700,000 Nissan SUVs recalled for dashboard fire risk

 Washington, D.C. — A recent report by Nissan to the NHTSA called for a voluntary recall campaign after “thermal incidents” occurred with four Rogue vehicles. Electrical connectivity issues would corrode the vehicle’s internals, potentially causing a fire. According to the NHTSA, salt and water could enter the dashboard harness connector through the driver’s side footwell. […]

Loose Latches: Honda recalls 50,000 SUVs and trucks in Canada

Toronto, Ontario ⁠— Honda is recalling nearly 789,000 vehicles globally due to a defect that could result in hood latch failure. According to a Honda Service Bulletin, the issue is caused by an improper setting of the gap between the vehicle’s hood and grille. Technically, the issue could also result in dealer repair or replacement […]

Blow the Roof Off: Ford recalls 3,000 Mach-Es for loose glass roof panels

Toronto, Ontario — Don’t blow your top, but Ford has begun a recall on more than 3,000 2021 Mustang Mach-Es due to reports of glass roof panels flying off the vehicle while in transit. According to Ford, the issue in the 3,178 Mach-Es lies in the faulty adhesive used to bind the panoramic glass roof […]

Ram Recalls: 20,000 trucks up for fire risk recall

Toronto, Ontario — The company that constructs heavy-duty diesel Ram trucks is warning owners to park outside due to risks of engine fires in some models. Fiat Chrysler–now part of Stellantis–is recalling more than 20,000 models across the U.S. and Canada. According to the brand, 2021 pickup and chassis cab trucks have heater electrical relays […]

Glue Gripes: Ford recalls 2020-21 F-Series vehicles for windshield adhesion

Oakville, Ontario — Ford has issued a recall for nearly 7,000 F-Series vehicles in Canada due to inadequate windshield adhesion. The automaker said the affected vehicles do not comply with federal safety standards; the front windshields are inadequately bonded to the vehicle body structure. In the event of a collision, the windshield may not properly […]