Latest Takata Recalls 10 million Cars from 14 Auto Manufacturers — Again

Just when motorists thought their vehicle was safe to drive, some 10 million car owners are finding out they will need to replace their front airbags yet again. The latest Takata airbag recall involves 10 million vehicles that had previously been recalled and repaired, but unfortunately the cars were fixed with the same dangerous inflators until a permanent replacement could … Read More

Ford recalls 2 million pickup trucks as seat belts could spark fires

Ford is recalling roughly 2 million F-150  pickup trucks in North American after learning about a safety issue involving seat belts that can spark and cause fires. Federal safety regulators put pressure on the auto maker to recall certain 2015 to 2018 pickup trucks after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) began investigating fires in these top-selling pickup trucks … Read More

Ford Sudden-Downshift Recall Could Expand to 1.3 Million Vehicles

A recall by Ford in 2016 for certain  Ford and Lincoln vehicles could expand from 153,000 to 1,375,577 vehicles, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Federal safety regulators are investigating the problem and will determine what should be done about a downshifting problem that initially affected 153,000 model year 2016 vehicles: Ford F-150 pickups, Ford Expedition SUVs, Lincoln … Read More

Takata Recalls Additional 3.3 Million Air Bag Inflators to Historic Auto Recall

2009, 2010 and 2013 Vehicles Recalled from 15 Brands The largest and deadliest auto recall in U.S. history, just got bigger. More faulty air bag inflators have been added to a massive auto recall by Japan-based Takata with an announcement in January that 3.3 million vehicles were added to the list. The recall adds to 69 million previously recalled airbag … Read More