In the latest Recall Roundup, we have important recalls in vehicles from Daimler Trucks North America, Nissan, and Chrysler.
There have also been three different smaller safety recalls from Ford.
- Daimler Trucks has recalled certain 2017-2023 Freightliner Cascadia, 2020-2023 Western Star 49X, 2021-2023 Western Star 47X, and 2022 Freightliner 114SD vehicles. The brake modulator valves on the front axle may corrode, causing the vehicle to pull to the affected side during braking initiated by Electronic Stability Control or Roll Stability Control.
- Nissan has recalled the airbags of certain 2008-2011 Titan, Frontier, Xterra, Pathfinder, Armada, and 2008-2009 Quest vehicles. The resin emblem on the driver's air bag cover may develop cracks and detach during air bag deployment. The remedy is currently under development.
- Chrysler has recalled the electrical system on certain 2021-2023 Ram 2500, 3500, 3500 Cab Chassis, and 4500, 5500 Cab Chassis vehicles equipped with a Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel engine. An electrical short may occur in the heater grid relay with the ignition on or off. Until the vehicle is repaired, owners are advised to park outside and away from structures.
Ford Safety Recalls
- The fuel tank on certain 2023 Transit vehicles is recalled. The fuel tank grade vent valve may not be properly welded to the fuel tank shell, which can result in a fuel leak. The fuel tank will be replaced at the dealer.
- The power train in certain 2022-2023 F-150, Mustang, Explorer, Bronco, and 2023 Lincoln Aviator vehicles equipped with automatic transmissions have been recalled. The transmission may contain a loose bolt which could prevent the transmission from engaging the park gear, although the gear shifter position may indicate that the vehicle has been shifted to "PARK." Dealers will inspect the transmission to see if it needs to be replaced.
- The power train is recalled on certain 2020-2022 Explorer vehicles equipped with a 2.3L engine and 10R60 automatic transmission. An unintentional powertrain control module (PCM) reset may occur while the vehicle is in motion and result in park system damage. Dealers will inspect the park system for damage and repair as necessary.