July 21, 2014—BMW recalled certain 2000–2006 vehicles, because a defect that’s in in the passenger-side front air bag might produce excessive internal pressure that could cause the air-bag inflator to rupture upon deployment.
July 17, 2014—Popkiller recalled certain cellphone accessories, because the improperly mounted plug blades and inadequate electronic circuitry pose fire and electrical shock hazards to consumers.
July 10, 2014—General Motors recalled certain 1997–2008 Chevrolet, Oldsmobile and Pontiac vehicles, because an ignition defect might affect the operation of the vehicle’s safety systems.
July 10, 2014—Harley-Davidson Motor recalled certain 2014 Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles that have an anti-lock brake system (ABS) and were manufactured from July 1, 2013, through May 7, 2014.
July 1, 2014—Chrysler Group recalled certain 2008–2010 Chrysler and Dodge vehicles, because an ignition defect might affect the operation of the vehicle’s safety systems.
June 27, 2014—General Motors recalled 2013–2014 Chevrolet Cruze vehicles, because the driver’s front air-bag inflator might have been manufactured with an incorrect part.
June 25, 2014—General Motors recalled 2010–2014 Chevrolet Camaro vehicles that were manufactured from Dec. 3, 2008, through May 23, 2014.
June 25, 2014—General Motors recalled 2005–2009 Buick LaCrosse, 2006–2011 Buick Lucerne, 2000–2005 Cadillac DeVille, 2006–2011 Cadillac DTS, 2006–2014 Chevrolet Impala, and 2006–2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo vehicles.
June 24, 2014—Toyota Motor recalled certain 2003–2005 Lexus SC 430, Pontiac Vibe, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Matrix, Toyota Sequoia and Toyota Tundra vehicles that are equipped with Takata-brand passenger-side air-bag inflators.
June 23, 2014—Honda Motors recalled certain 2001–2011 vehicles because the front air bags might be deployed with too much pressure, which could cause the air bag to rupture and incur an injury.
June 18, 2014—General Motors recalled certain 2000–2014 vehicles, because the ignition switch could move inadvertently out of the “run” position if the key carries extra weight.
June 18, 2014—General Motors recalled 2014 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles that were manufactured from April 23, 2014, through April 25, 2014.
June 13, 2014—Toyota Motor recalled 2002–2004 Toyota Sequoia and Lexus SC and 2003–2004 Toyota Corolla, Corolla Matrix, Tundra, and Pontiac Vibe vehicles. The passenger-side front air-bag inflator might have a safety defect and might produce excessive internal pressure.
June 9, 2014—Chrysler Group recalled certain 2014 vehicles because, when the adaptive cruise control is engaged and the driver presses the accelerator pedal to increase the vehicle’s speed, the vehicle might continue to accelerate briefly after the accelerator pedal is released.
June 9, 2014—Chrysler Group recalled 2014 Ram ProMaster vehicles that were manufactured from April 23, 2013, through May 22, 2014. The affected vehicles might have circuit corrosion from water intrusion around the in-floor battery cover and door footwell trim.
June 9, 2014—Ford Motor recalled 2010–2014 Taurus vehicles that were manufactured from Nov. 28, 2008, through Feb. 28, 2014. In areas that use road salt, the license-plate lamp assembly might have an electrochemical reaction and corrosion as a result of water intrusion.
May 21, 2014—BMW recalled 2013 R 1200 GS motorcycles that were manufactured from November 2012 through August 2013. Pressure inside the transmission might push the transmission-output seal out of place.
May 21, 2014—General Motors recalled certain vehicles, because the steel cable that connects the seat belt to the front outboard seating position might wear out and separate over time.
May 16, 2014—General Motors recalled 2005–2007 Chevrolet Corvette vehicles that were manufactured from March 29, 2004, through June 22, 2007. In the affected vehicles, the underhood bussed electrical center (UBEC) housing can expand and cause the control circuit wire of the headlamp’s low-beam relay to bend.
May 16, 2014—General Motors recalled certain 2004–2012 Chevrolet, Pontiac and Saturn vehicles. In the affected vehicles, increased resistance in the Body Control Module (BCM) connection might result in voltage fluctuations in the circuit of the Brake Apply Sensor (BAS).