Ford recalls 2016 truck and SUV models as of December 2, 2017.
More than approximately 200,000 2016 Ford F-150 trucks and 2016 Ford Explorer SUVs are being recalled because of loose front power seats.
The issue is with the seat adjuster, making it possible for it to become loose or fall out completely. There is also concern with the front seat cushions if it is missing the upper left-hand pivot bolt.
This can leave drivers and passengers without proper restraint, putting the riders at higher risk of injury during crash.
The vehicles being recalled were built between January 22, 2016 and April 19, 2016.
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Early December RECALL ALERT! There’s a RECALL on the 2017-2018 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class SUVs and Mercedes-AMG GLC43 SUVs.
Cars.com states that there may be insufficient bonding located on the fixed panoramic moonroof frontal and side plastic panels. The lack of bonding may cause the panels to detach while driving. This increases the risk of crash or injury for cars behind your vehicle.
The recall affects approximately 9,400 of these SUVs.
Mercedes-Benz will start contacting owners of these SUVs on DECEMBER 8th.
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Honda has issued a safety recall on the 2017 Civic due to an issue with the right half-shaft.
According to Cars.com, the right half-shaft was improperly heat-treated, decreasing its strength. This malfunction can result in the half-shaft breaking which could prevent the engine from moving the vehicle.
The error can also cause the vehicle to roll away from its intended spot if the parking break is not fully engaged.
The Honda Civic recall affects approximately 5,400 vehicles in the U.S.
Notification of Honda Civic Recall
Honda will not begin notifying drivers for TWO WEEKS. This poses a danger for Honda owners traveling during the holiday season.
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