Chevrolet Impala Storage Console Recall Oct 11, 2014

General Motors LLC has issued a recall for certain Chevrolet Impala vehicles manufactured May 7, 2014 to July 28, 2014. In the event of an accident, the center storage console may not stay latched. Due to this issue, these vehicles do not comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 201. This standard relates to occupant protection during an interior impact. If you think your vehicle may fit this criteria, contact your nearest dealer to schedule a service appointment at your earliest convenience.

Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid Recall Apr 8, 2014

Certain model year 2013-2014 Volkswagen Jetta Hybrid vehicles have been recalled by Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. The vehicles affected were manufactured between October 2012 and October 2013, and are equipped with a DQ-200 direct-shift gearbox. The control module within the gearbox is susceptible to corrosion due to the gearbox fluid additives. This corrosion could lead to an electrical failure and result in a stall-like condition.  Read More

Toyota Tacoma Valve Spring Recall Apr 8, 2014

Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing North America has issued a recall for certain model year 2013-2014 Toyota Tacoma vehicles. The recall pertains to vehicles manufactured July 1, 2013- October 11, 2013. The engines of the affected vehicles were built with valve springs that could potentially break over time.  Read More

Honda Piston Recall Apr 8, 2014

Certain 2013 Honda Odyssey and 2013 Honda Pilot two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles are being recalled due to premature wear of the pistons in the motor. During the manufacturing process of the engine piston, the heat treatment process may not have been applied properly. This may result in the piston not having the proper hardness level, making it more susceptible to premature wear. Read More

GM Ignition Switch Recall Apr 8, 2014

Since the beginning of 2014, General Motors has recalled approximately 971,000 vehicles due to faulty ignition switches. There have been numerous instances where the ignition switch has moved out of the “run” position causing the engine to turn off and failure of electrical components. Additional weight on your key ring such as a key fob or more keys can increase the risk of this situation occurring. Additionally, rough road conditions can cause the key to move from the “run” position. Read More