Electric vehicle startup Think is issuing its third recall for the battery-powered City in less than a month. This time around, concerns that the vehicle's gearshift selector linkage may be improperly adjusted has forced Think to recall and inspect 23 units. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) recall notice, the City's:
That's not good, and means that the vehicle may slip out of park and roll freely into the path of a moving vehicle or strike a nearby pedestrian. Think dealers will inspect the affected units and, if necessary, make adjustments or repairs to the linkage of models free of charge. City owners are urged to directly contact Think at 855-698-4465 for more info on this recall.Linkage connecting the gearshift selector lever and the transmission park mechanism may be improperly adjusted, resulting in lack of engagement of the park pawl.