Audi recalls one million cars because of fire safety concerns. The recall is happening due to faulty electric coolant pumps. These coolant pumps have the potential to overheat and a fire could occur.
The following Audi vehicles are included in the recall: A4 (2013 to 2016), A5 (2013 to 2017), A6 (2012 to 2015), and the 2013 to 2017 Q5 SUV.
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Your Audi dealership will replace coolant pumps for free if you are a part of this recall. If you have any issues with the manufacturer replacing the pump for free, give us a call at (877)955-3666 to file a claim with Lemon Law Associates.
There are recalls out for 2018 Honda and Acura vehicles. These vehicles include the 2018 Honda Pilot, Honda Ridgeline, and the Acura MDX.
A defective rivet may have been assembled on the driver and front passenger seats, leading to the possible separation of the front seats from the floor during a crash.
Acura MDX & Honda Recalls
Visit your Honda or Acura dealership to have the part replaced for free. If you can not get the part fixed for free and need to file a lemon law claim, give us a call at (877) 955-3666.
There’s a recall on the 2018 Ford F-Series pickup trucks and 2018 Expeditions. Close to 300,000 vehicles of these models sold in the United States are affected by this recall.
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Have you heard about the car recall on the Tesla Model S? If not, we have some information for you. If you are the owner of this sedan, you should receive an email regarding this notice.
There’s a recall on the vehicle because of excessive corrosion that’s happening on the steering wheel bolts. This occurs when the car is driven in cold climates and a particular type of salt is being used on the roads.
If your Tesla Model S was built before April 2016, you may be a part of this recall.
If you are not able to get the steering wheel bolts replaced for free, give us a call today so we can handle your claim.
A 2017 & 2018 Ford Taurus recall has been issued.
The recall on the sedan is due to a faulty ignition key problem, making it possible to remove the key without placing the car in park first. This can lead to the car rolling away.
Over 2,000 Taurus sedans from these model years are affected.
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Ford dealerships should fix the recall issue for free. If you have any problems with them fixing it at no cost to you, contact us today to see how we can assist you with your claim.
A recall on the 2018 Toyota Camry is happening soon, with the manufacturer beginning the recall on March 30, 2018.
Close to 12,000 Camry vehicles with V-6 engines are a part of the recall because they may leak fuel. The fuel delivery pipes may not be connected correctly, increasing the risk of fire. If there is a fuel leak, fire can occur when the engine is started.
Dealerships should fix the recall issue for free. If they do not, call us at (877) 955-3666 so we can help you dispute your claim against the manufacturer.
There’s a recall for the Toyota Tundra and Toyota Sequoia, the 2017 model and 2018 model, respectively. Approximately 74,000 vehicles are a part of this recall.
Toyota Tundra & Toyota Sequioa Recall
On the 2017 Toyota Tundra, close to 9,000 trucks are being recalled due to potentially loose bolts that hold the second-row seats in place. The left rear seat may be affected more and could possibly lead to danger to the passenger during a crash.
There’s also a recall on the 2018 Tundra, as well as the 2018 Sequoia, with over 60,000 vehicles affected. There’s an issue with the stability control system which may turn off. The driver will receive a warning if the system has any problems.
Notifications will be sent to owners starting next month.
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If you have any problems getting your recall issues fixed for free, we’ll help defend you in your claim against the auto manufacturer. You can contact us at (877) 955-3666.
In California, there’s a recall for the 2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell car. This affects 2017 model year cars and 471 vehicles are a part of the recall.
2017 Honda Clarity Fuel Cell
The issue for this recall is with the electronic control units and the software needs to be updated.
A notification will display in the car and a driver should pull off to safety when the chance arrives.
Notices will be mailed to owners this month. Cars should be taken to a Honda Fuel Cell dealership in California for repairs.
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If you have any problems getting an update on your electronic control unit, give us a call at (877) 955-3666 and we will help you with your claim.
A Mitsubishi Outlander and Lancer recall has been announced. More than 56,000 vehicles are affected due to the materials that secure the sunroof glass. The sunroof glass has the potential to detach and slide off of the vehicle’s roof while in motion.
Mitsubishi Outlander & Lancer Recall
The Mitsubishi vehicles included in the recall are the 2010 Lancer Sportback, 2009-2010 Lancer Evolution, 2008-2010 Lancer, and 2007-2010 Outlander.
The materials that hold the glass in place can be affected by environmental factors such as temperature and humidity.
The recall is scheduled to start on March 27, 2018. Get in touch with your Mitsubishi dealer so they can replace the parts.
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If you come across any issues with the dealer and they expect payment, contact us today at (877) 955-3666 to review your options and to file a claim.
There’s a recent Toyota and Lexus airbag recall due to defective airbag sensors – with approximately 49,000 vehicles affected. The models included in the recall are the 2016 Toyota Prius hybrid, 2016 Lexus RX SUV and 2015-2016 Lexus NX hybrid.
Some airbags have the possibility of not deploying during a crash.
The dealer should inspect and replace the airbag sensors for free. If for any reason they do not, contact us at (877) 955-3666, and we will help you with you claim against the manufacturer and dealership.