Ford Recalls More Than 88K Vehicles That Can Stall Without WarningFord says the recalled vehicles all have 3.5-liter turbocharged six-cylinder engines.
Fiat Chrysler Adds Maseratis To Transmission RecallFiat Chrysler is adding 13,000 Maseratis to a recall of vehicles with confusing gear shifters like one in the SUV that crushed and killed Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin.
Infiniti Recalls Sedans To Fix Electronic Steering ProblemThe company says a combination of low battery voltage and parking the cars with the wheels turned can confuse the steering control computer.
Ford Recalls More Vehicles To Fix Passenger Side Air BagsA total of 1,898,728 vehicles now are affected by this safety recall.
Nissan Recalls Nearly 80,000 SUVs For Brake Light ProblemNissan says if the brake lights stay on, other drivers won't notice when the vehicles are braking, and that could cause crashes.
8 Automakers Recall More Than 12 Million Vehicles For Takata Air BagsTakata inflators can malfunction and spew shrapnel into drivers and passengers when exposed to humidity and repeated hot-and-cold cycles.
Ford Recalls 271,000 F-150 Trucks To Fix Brake System; 9 Accidents ReportedThe recall includes trucks from the 2013 and 2014 model years.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls 500,000 Jeeps; Air Bags May Not WorkThe problem was discovered by a company investigation.
Subaru Tells Some Legacy, Outback Owners: Don't Drive ThemSubaru is telling owners of some newer Legacy and Outback vehicles not to drive them because the steering can fail.
Air Bag Danger: US Counts 85 Million Unrecalled Takata InflatorsThe vehicles, which are now being driven in the U.S., would all have to be replaced if the company can't prove the inflators are safe.
Hyundai Recalls 173K Sonatas; Power Steering Assist Can FailThe recall covers Sonatas from the 2011 model year when the car was Hyundai's top-selling U.S. vehicle.
VW Recalls Diesel Passats; Wiring Trouble Can Cause FiresVolkswagen is recalling about 91,000 Passat cars with diesel engines because wiring under the body can corrode, overheat and potentially start fires.