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05.25.16 - 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Driver Errors Causing a Recall

The gear selector used in a number of FCA models from 2014 and 2015 is nothing more than a small joystick type of lever with the selected gear lighting up. This particular gear shifter is pretty cool and feels more like an advanced version of

GM issues its 79th recall this year due to broken headlights

GM issues its 79th recall this year due to broken headlights

General Motors has announced that it’s recalling another 316,357 vehicles in North America, adding to 2014’s already insanely high number of recalls from the American automaker. This time the issue is with low-beam headlights, according to Autoblog, which can stop working. The Buick LaCrosse sedan,

NHTSA demands Takata issue nationwide airbag recall

NHTSA demands Takata issue nationwide airbag recall

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) formally has demanded that Takata, the Japanese automotive component manufacturer behind the massive airbag recall that’s currently plaguing most of the automakers in the United states, declare that millions of vehicles old with driver-side air bags nationwide are

Honda agrees to replace all US airbags on request

Honda agrees to replace all US airbags on request

Up until just recently, automakers like Honda Motors assured the owners of vehicles that have been affected by the Takata airbag recall that their vehicles shouldn’t suffer any shrapnel-filled airbag explosions if they live in non-humid climates. Obviously, that wasn’t very reassuring, so Honda is

Takata recalls even more defective airbag inflators

Takata recalls even more defective airbag inflators

Takata, the Japanese automotive part manufacturer that’s currently in the middle of a 7.8 million vehicle recall over its airbags, has revealed that around 30,000 more SDI-X inflators, dating as far back as June of 2008, were made with an incorrect component that can potentially

GM has approved 30 death claims in total

GM has approved 30 death claims in total

The General Motors ignition switch compensation fund announced on Monday that it has now approved 30 death and 31 injury claims in total, up from 29 death and 27 injury claims that had been approved as of last week, according to Reuters. As of Friday,