Recently, some Harley Davidson Motorcycle owners have complained that they've suffered damages from their Harleys equipped with a Twin Cam 103 engine.
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling more than 69,000 vehicles for a defect that could cause a loss of power while being driven.
The United States Department of Justice announced Friday that Takata Corp has agreed to pay a $1 billion dollar settlement and plead guilty to criminal misconduct for its conduct in relation to the sales of defective airbags.
Yesterday, we told you about the Honda Motor Co. adding more than 770,000 vehicles to the Takata airbag recall. Now Ford has announced that it is expanding its recall too.
It seemed like the Takata airbag recall couldn’t get any bigger, but more cars have been added to the list. According to the Associated Press, Honda Motor Co. has announced that is recalling an additional 772,000 Honda and Acura vehicles for defective front passenger seat air bag inflators.
The Ford Motor Company has issued two safety recalls affecting 680,872 vehicles across North America.
Last week, Toyota issued a recall of 340,000 gas-electric hybrid Prius cars over concerns about a faulty parking break. Now, Honda is following suit with its own recall.
The state of Hawaii is suing the Japanese auto parts maker Takata, accusing it of covering up a deadly airbag defect and demanding a $10,000 penalty for every affected car owner in Hawaii. It is the first state to sue Takata over its faulty airbags. The lawsuit also names Honda Motor, the automaker most...
Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 1.1 million cars and midsize SUVs worldwide. According to the automaker, a number of wiring harnesses in these vehicles might have been incorrectly crimped. If that happens, this wiring harness might lose its electrical connection and the affected vehicles might end up...