Potentially 187,798 are affected.
It affects more than 112,000 cars.
Defective part could allow shifter cable to detach.
It's a recall of a recall, this time for potentially damaged cable splice connectors.
1.48 million defective F-150s could suddenly shift to first gear.
Fuel line in engine compartment may have small cracks.
Not a great sign for the seemingly innovative continuous variable transmission.
NHTSA will determine the next steps.
Owners advised to park cars away from other vehicles and structures.
More than 2 million Ford trucks could be affected by faulty seat belt system.
The power locking mechanisms may break and unlatch the tailgate.
They're at high risk of a rollover if you exceed 16 mph in reverse.
It says complaints continue, even after Ford started making repairs.
NBC Nightly News recently carried the above segment on a video showing a 2012 Kia Sorento spewing flames as its driver travels at highway speed on Interstate 4 in Orlando. Another motorist, Meredith Olinger, drives alongside, shooting the video while trying to warn the driver to pull over. She does, just in time. Seconds later, the Kia is cooked.
Ford is issuing two separate safety recalls to fix mechanical issues affecting control of the transmissions on certain 2017 and 2018 models. The automaker says it's aware of one reported accident with an injury related to the the first and largest recall.
Hyundai knows of four crashes in which Sonata owners say airbags didn't deploy.
Federal regulators have now received at least 1,381 complaints alleging carbon monoxide leaks in the cabin.
The issue has simmered for almost a year on a Focus RS online forum.