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It is recalling about 50,000 vehicles for a seat belt issue.

Don't autocross your Pacifica with people in the back until you get the fix.

This leads to oil loss, and oil loss leads to bad things

Consider not driving your Hellcat for a while.

It would would include 1.15 million Honda Accord vehicles from the 2013-2016 model years in the United States.

This all stems from the GM ignition switch recall.

The automaker denies any wrongdoing.

Audi has already issued a recall for the same issue.

Recalls and service bulletins haven't fixed the issues.

Timeliness and scope of recalls in question.

Airbag could fail to deploy in rollover.

Model S and Model X are affected.

The issue stems from a third-party supplier, Brembo.

Volkswagen denies the allegations.

Reported problems range from EGR trouble to DPF failure.

An error at the factory can cause long-term damage.

The issue affects a wide variety of models.

If you own a 2017 F-250 powered by 6.2-liter gasoline engine, you'll want to pay attention.

Subaru, Mitsubishi and Hino doing recalls, too.

Toyota on Thursday said it was recalling a total of about 2.9 million vehicles globally in the latest campaign having to do with Takata airbag inflators. The affected cars are in Japan, China, Oceania and other regions, including its Corolla Axio sedan and RAV4 SUV crossover due to potentially faulty airbag inflators. Fuji Heavy Industries, the maker of Subaru cars, Mitsubishi Motors and truck maker Hino also recalled a total of about 240,000 vehicles in Japan over inflators made by Takata Cor

Several models are affected, from Fiesta ST to Lincoln MKZ.

Over 200,000 cars included in each recall.

A total of 51 fires have been reported worldwide.

307,629 of those recalled models and 30 of those fires were reported in the United States.

The problem is not related to the other Takata fiasco.

Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX and Continental models are being recalled.

2014-2017 model years are affected.

The fuel tank vent line for the range extender can chafe and leak.

The Aventador is also included in the recall.

Until the car is fixed, consider not filling your tank to the brim.

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