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Harley Davidson Recalls More than 19,000 Motorcycles

Every month, the NHTSA announces several vehicle recalls, most of them sedans, trucks, and sport utility vehicles. Many times these recalls are small and only affect a few hundred vehicles. Other recalls, like a Chrysler recall that occurred last month, are large and affect anywhere from hundreds of thousands to more than a million vehicles. While passenger vehicle recalls are common, motorcycle recalls aren’t as common.

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Mazda Issues Recall for Approximately 161,400 Vehicles Due to Door Issue

This year has been relatively quiet for Japan-based automaker Mazda Motor Corp. Although the automaker isn’t one of the larger worldwide vehicle manufacturers, the company still has a well-known presence around the world. In one of its major media appearances this year, Mazda was included in a mass recall of more than three million vehicles in April. Mazda recalled approximately 20,000 vehicles due to potentially defective airbags.

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NHTSA Upgrades Chevrolet Corvette Headlight Investigation

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is responsible for investigating potential defects in motor vehicles and large vehicle manufacturers’ methods of safety testing. These investigations help determine which vehicles are monitored and manufactured effectively. In July, the agency investigated General Motor’s screening process for 42,000 recalled vehicles with defective Generator Control Modules due to reports of a fire in a repaired vehicle.

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Hyundai and Kia Recall More than 269,000 Vehicles Due to Safety Concerns

One large recall that stands out this year is when Hyundai and Kia, which are owned by the same South Korean company, recalled an estimated combined 1.8 million vehicles due to issues with the electrical and airbag systems. The problems could have caused serious injuries for drivers, passengers and even pedestrians. Hyundai and Kia are now issuing a few new recalls this week.

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NHTSA Investigates GM Recall Issued in May

In early May of this year, General Motors recalled about 42,000 vehicles due to a battery control fire hazard. The recalled vehicles, which include the 2012 and 2013 Buick LaCrosse and Regal and 2013 Chevrolet Malibu models, reportedly had a defective Generator Control Module that could cause a slow loss of battery charge and an illuminated malfunction indicator light.

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Nissan Recalls Almost 20,000 Pathfinder and Infiniti JX Models For Faulty Brake Parts

Japanese automakers have issued several major recalls since the beginning of the year, including the air bag problem that involves some of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers. Two weeks ago, more than three million cars and trucks were recalled because of defective airbags that have been linked to the Japan-based Takata Corporation. Toyota, Honda, Mazda, General Motors, and Nissan recalled some of their most popular models due to the possibility

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Jeep Wranglers and Chevy Malibu Vehicles Recalled Over Possible Fire Outbreak, Safety Equipment Failure

Jeep Wrangler Fire Risk

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has recently announced a voluntary recall of 67,872 Jeep Wrangler 2010 models due to a transmission skid plate which can collect debris and catch fire.  This skid plate is near the catalytic converter on Wranglers with an automatic transmission, which poses this ignition risk.  

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