This is stated in the latest bulletin from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
BMW, Jeep, RAM and Chevrolet have announced recalls of several of their latest vehicle models due to problems that could affect the safety of their users, reports the latest bulletin from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). An entity of the Federal Ministry of Transport.
The BMW model subject to the “recall” is the 2023 X1, and the defect they will fix is that the rear seat belts may not operate in an emergency.
Jeeps in similar recall condition are the 2021-2023 Gladiator and Wrangler. In this case the problem is a faulty high-pressure fuel pump (high-pressure fuel pump failure).
In the case of RAM, it is the Ram 1500 models of 2022 and 2023 due to many problems that in some cases are missing airbag sensors, and in other cases there are problems in the computerized system that can stop the engine from running. The PCM may cause the engine to stall).
The other “callbacks” reported this week are again from General Motors. In this case it affects Chevrolet 4500HD models; 5500HD, and 6500HD from 2019 to 2023 due to braking system problems that could cause a fire (the brake pressure switch could short and cause a fire).
Nissan also has several “call-outs” in this report. Those on the list are all 2023 models, namely the Infiniti QX60; Nissan Pathfinder and Nissan Rogue. The problem with these vehicles is that the driver’s seat is not secure. (The driver’s power seat may not be safe.)
The federal agency reiterates in its report that when a “recall” occurs, either by the manufacturer or by the government entity, it is because the vehicle in question is considered a security risk or because it does not meet minimum safety standards. In these cases, the manufacturer is responsible for repairing the vehicle at no cost to the customer.
Owners of these vehicles are supposed to receive a notification from the manufacturer, but if they don’t, they should contact the dealer or whoever sold them the vehicle, or call the NHTSA Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236.
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