Phil Bailey's Automobile World
July 18th 2014 Issue # 738
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Kia Soul steering, Sonata wiring, Mercedes air bags.
Fords burning oil and a whole host of other TSBs.
Chrysler: Vanity comes before a fire.
Ford: Fiesta fuel leaks and mutiple drive shaft problems.
Subaru: Rusting brake and fuel lines.
Ford F150 power steering problem.
Chrysler: The cruise control that goes on and on and on.
Ford: Floor mats and rusty licence paltes.
Chevrolet Aveo: Never good, now worse.
GM: Another 2.4 milion with faulty brake lamp wiring.
GM: Malibu auto stop/start defects.
Chryler: Minivan window switches setting on fire.
GM: Wrong rotors on the wrong end of the car.
GM: Faulty fuel gauges.
Cadillacs shifting badly.
Mercedes: Don't look now, but your ass is on fire!
BMW: More engine bolt failures.
VW to dealers: STOP selling cars - for now.
Toyota: A half million in Canada alone.
Ford: Can't ESCAPE from rusty frame problem.
Weird stuff: Mazda has a spider in its
Chrysler brake vacuum boosters.
Chrysler headlight failures.
Fiat transmission failures.
No traction for Toyotas.
Prius software problems
GM Ignition switches
that turn themselves off.
That's nasty: Chrysler
vans with sticking gas pedals.
Too clever for their own good;
2014 Chevrolet Silverados
and GMC Sierras setting on fire while idling.
A whole bunch
Oil sensors fail to warn of low pressure.
RLX rear suspension problems.
Ecoboost turbo engines: Cracked cylinder heads.
Kia Sedona: Rusty control arms.
1.2 Million Rams and Jeeps with electronic
BMW: Power brake failures.
Burning doors, clutch failures and fuel leaks
Nissan: Anti lock brakes get confused on
GM: Some really serious 4 cylinder engine
Toyota: Air bags may deploy without warning.
Toyota: Windshield wiper switches defective.
GM pick up trucks - Try not
to get hit from behind!
Recalls & TSBs updated
as of July 2014
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