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  1. Recalls Faulty Alternators for Chrysler’s Pentastar

    If you own a Chrysler product equipped with the 3.6 litre Pentastar V6 that was produced after 2011, the American manufacturer has issued a recall that may interest you: in some situations, the alternator may seize, causing the engine to stall. Here are the affected vehicles: Some 2011-2014 Chrysler 300 … Full story

  2. Recalls A Recall For The Ferrari 458 Italia

    A recall just landed for the #1 Italian manufacturer concerning their popular 458 Italia. This is one of the brand’s most powerful vehicles, and the sounds that come out of its 4.5L V8 are borderline sinful. It is also a very agile vehicle, and critics are positive that this is … Full story

  3. Recalls A Database For All Those Recalls

    With the recent wave of recalls plaguing the automotive industry in the last few months, it has become difficult to keep up with the recalls affecting your particular car (especially if you own a GM vehicle). Until now, there has been no way of directly searching for recalls, meaning that … Full story

  4. Recalls VW Tiguan Recalled

    To give us a small respite from the never-ending recalls from GM, VW just decided to launch one of their own. The German manufacturer just announced that they will recall the Tiguan crossover, more specifically vehicles from the 2009 to 2014 model-years. There have been a few instances where air … Full story

  5. Recalls Recall for the Fiat 500L and its Airbags

    English manufacturer Fiat (you read that correctly: a few days ago, the formerly Italian company finished moving their executive office to London!) just announced a recall for the largest car in their lineup, the 500L. According to their engineers, the airbags that are supposed to protect the occupant’s knees might … Full story

  6. Recalls 883,000 Hyundai Sonatas Recalled

    There have been fewer and fewer recalls in the last few weeks. Does that mean that the manufacturers have finally found a way to prevent their vehicles from developing problems? Apparently not, since Hyundai announced to the NHTSA that they have to recall almost a million Sonatas produced between 2011 … Full story

  7. Recalls Ignition Problems for… Chrysler?

    There seems to be a problem with the ignition switch of an American car manufacturer: if the vehicle is jarred during driving (for example, when hitting one of our enormous potholes), the key may switch from the ON to the OFF position. This will not only cause the engine to … Full story

  8. Recalls Another 7.6 Million Cars Recalled by GM

    Things are going from bad to worse for the ignition key fiasco at GM. With the recent addition of 7.6 million vehicles, the total number of targeted vehicles is now 27 million, officially becoming the biggest recall in the automotive world. It shot past the last record held by Ford … Full story

  9. Recalls A Huge Cross-Brand Recall over Third-Party Airbags

    What do Ford, Mazda, BMW, Toyota, Honda, Chrysler and Nissan have in common (besides the fact that they all build 4-wheeled vehicles powered by gasoline engines)? Well, it would seem they all bought airbags from a manufacturer in Japan that may have quickly skipped over some important details when the … Full story

  10. Recalls Recall for the Chevrolet Sonic

    Under the cover of an all-new identity, the Chevrolet Sonic is in fact the second-generation of the Chevrolet Aveo, so it comes as no surprise that some of its parts were made with cost-cutting in mind. For example, it would seems that 2012 Sonics equipped with the 1.8 litre engine … Full story

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