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It seems honor is quite important in South Korea, as after a few recent recalls, Kia Motors boss and Hyundai-Kia vice chairman Jeong Sung Eun has resigned from his position. The South Korean carmaker was recently forced to recall several models, including the new Sorento and the Soul over wiring issues. In total, around 85,900 vehicles were recalled… …read the full post

Hot off some major recalls for other models, Chrysler has just announced another big recall, affecting some of its trucks and SUVs. More specifically, the 2010 Dodge Nitro, Dodge Ram 1500, Jeep Liberty and Jeep Wrangler models might have a problem with their braking systems. 22,118 vehicles are affected, due to a faulty flare on the brake tube that… …read the full post

We cover recalls on our website because most of them are extremely important. As such, every owner should be warned even before the recall letter arrives, that the model might be dangerous to drive in its current condition. Sadly, it seems that car rental companies don’t feel the same way. A news report from ABC has showcased a worrying lack… …read the full post

Last week, Chrysler issued a pretty hefty recall, affecting around 285,000 Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Grand Caravan minivans. Now, Volkswagen follows, as it has recalled 15,902 Routan minivans over the same issues, as the models in question share almost the same technical features. For those that don’t remember, the sliding door mechanism… …read the full post

We made fun of Chrysler at the beginning of the week for issuing a hefty number of recalls, but General Motors has seemingly decided that it wants to have the biggest recall this week, issuing a massive one, affecting 1.5 million vehicles. According to GM, the heated windshield washer system installed on a lot of vehicles manufactured between 2006… …read the full post

Chrysler just can’t seem to catch a break these days, as after two big recalls announced yesterday, one concerning 285,000 minivans, the other targeting 35,000 Dodge Caliber models, it has now issued another recall, affecting a hefty number of Jeep Wrangler models. 288,968 vehicles are affected by the recall, manufactured between May 15, 2006… …read the full post

Chrysler is keeping up with the recalls, this time with minivans once again taking center stage. After revealing a recall safety campaign for 312,000 2005-2006 minivans over airbag issues, a new problem is plaguing 2008 and 2009 model year vehicles. According to the Pentastar, 284,831 2008-2009 Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Grand Caravan models… …read the full post

It seems that unintended acceleration is at it again, prompting a recall from another carmaker besides Toyota. After opening up an investigation into sticking gas pedals for certain Chrysler models at the beginning of May, the NHTSA published its results and the Pentastar has started taking action. As such, Chrysler has just announced that it will… …read the full post

We’ve seen some pretty awkward reasons for a recall in these past few years, but after unintended acceleration or unintended braking, now we have unintended movement. It seems that the NHTSA has announced a new recall for around 40,000 Chrysler vehicles as the ignition system allows the key to be pulled out even if the car isn’t in Park…. …read the full post

Seeing as how Toyota was forced to issue one of the biggest recalls in history due, largely, to faulty accelerator pedals, you can be sure that the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) will thoroughly investigate any other such case. As such, it has announced yesterday that all 167,000 2007 Dodge Caliber models will be examined, as… …read the full post

Chrysler is definitely learning a few things from Toyota, and in order to play it safe, has just issued a “safety improvement campaign”, or in simpler terms, a recall without being forced by the NHTSA. The source of this recall is an airbag sensor in the front of the 2005-2006 Chrysler Town and Country, Dodge Caravan and Dodge Grand Caravan… …read the full post

The auto market is a fierce one, and when a big dog like Toyota is having troubles, it’s time for other companies to exploit them, and grab customers by any means necessary. We’ve already revealed to you that General Motors and Ford are offering discounts and incentives of up to $1,000 to existing Toyota owners who are fed up with the huge… …read the full post

The National Highway and Traffic Safety Association has just announced a new recall for 24,177 new Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep models due to a potential brake failure. It seems that a part of the brake hydraulics system, a retaining clip, might be deformed or even missing entirely out of these 2010 models, meaning that after some time the brakes will… …read the full post

I’m sure that even if you remotely have something to do with the auto industry, you’ve heard about the “sudden acceleration” claims that forced Toyota to recall about 3.8 million models in order to implement a solution, so that the floor mat wouldn’t jam the gas pedal in a fully open position. Wanting to further document… …read the full post

The National Highway Transport Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that Chrysler will recall recalling 712 vehicles due to a problem at the powertrain control module. The vehicles affected are 2009 Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Avenger, Caliber and Journey, and Jeep Compass and Patriot. Chrysler said that the problem is with “a new adhesive… …read the full post