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February 2023 Auto Recalls

February 2023 Auto Recalls

Safety on the roads should be a top priority for everyone, and while driving safely is an important factor, the safety of your vehicle matters just as much. While today’s vehicles are equipped with top of the line safety features, vehicle recalls can happen every day. Make sure you stay up to date with auto recalls to ensure that your vehicle is ready to roll on the roads.

According to data provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the following recalls were issued in February. If you find your vehicle on this list, contact your dealership for further information about the steps to take relating to your specific recall defect.

2022 Hyundai Tucson and 2022-2023 Santa Cruz vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 16,104
Defect: A detached roof molding could become a road hazard, increasing the risk of a crash.

Kia Telluride vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 31,943
Defect: Second row of side airbags may not deploy.

2023 Land Rover Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover Velar, Discovery and Defender vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 6,664
Defect: The engine cam carrier oil channel may be blocked, which can lead to an oil leak.

Jaguar F-Pace Vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 229
Defect: The engine cam carrier oil channel may be blocked, which can lead to an oil leak.

2021 Volkswagen ID.4 vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 20,904
Defect: Software programming may cause the HV battery management control module to restart or the pulse inverter to deactivate.

2022-2021 Land Rover Range Rover PHEV and 2020-2022 Range Rover Sport PHEV vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 868
Defect: The vehicles fail to make sufficient warning sounds when stationary and in reverse.

2021-2022 Jaguar I-Pace vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 1,072
Defect: The vehicles fail to make sufficient warning sounds when stationary and in reverse.

2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime Plug-In Hybrid vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 16,679
Defect: During certain cold weather driving conditions, while driving in EV mode, the hybrid vehicle control engine control unit software may cause the hybris system to shut down if the accelerator is rapidly pressed to further accelerate the vehicle, resulting in a stall.

2018-2020 Honda Fit and 2019-2022 HR-V vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 114,686
Defect: The rearview camera image may not display when the engine is started with a key, due to a design error in the audio display power circuit.

2018-2023 Nissan LEAF vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 64,732
Defect: The Owner’s Manual instructions for defrosted operation are incorrect, and may result in reduced defroster performance under specific conditions.

2017-2019 GM Chevrolet Silverado 2500, 3500 and GMC Sierra 2500, 3500 vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 22,132
Defect: The rear fuel tank may collapse and prevent the fuel pump from transferring fuel to the front tank, resulting in an engine stall.

2023 GM Chevrolet Trail Blaser and Traverse vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled:  10
Defect: The left-side half-shaft assemblies may be missing a retaining ring.

2023 BMW 2 Series Coupe (230i, 230i XDrive, M240i, M240i xDrive)

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 804
Defect: The second-row seat backrest cover panels for the side air bags may break during deployment of the side air bags.

2023 GM Cadillac XT5 and GMC Acadia vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 10
Defect: The right-front half-shaft assemblies may be improperly connected to the transmission, causing them to separate.

2021-2022 GM Equinox and 2022 GMC Terrain vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 23,323
Defect: The fuel pump module may not consistently provide sufficient fuel to the engine, resulting in an engine stall.

2008-2011 Nissan Titan, Frontier, Xterra, Pathfinder, Armada and 2008-2009 Quest vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 404,690
Defect: The resin emblem on the driver’s air bag cover may develop cracks and detach during air bag deployment

2023 Subaru Solterra vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 1,182
Defect: Improperly tightened hub bolts may loosen and cause the wheels to detach from the vehicle

2022-2023 Ford F-150, Mustang, Explorer, Bronco and 2023 Lincoln Aviator vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 1,138
Defect: The transmission may contain a loose bolt which could prevent the transmission from engaging the park gear, although the gear shifter position may indicate that the vehicle has been shifted to “PARK”.

2020-2022 Ford Explorer vehicles

Year: 2023
Units Recalled: 3,674
Defect: An unintentional powertrain control module (PCM) reset may occur while the vehicle is in motion and result in park system damage.

Injured Due to a Defective Vehicle? We’re Here to Help.

Many of these recalls involve defects that can compromise a driver’s ability to operate the vehicle in a safe manner. These defects can cause accidents that could lead to serious injuries or deaths. If you have been injured due to a defective vehicle, Mike Morse Law Firm is here to help. Call us 24/7 at 855-MIKE-WINS (248-350-9050) for a free consultation with one of our experienced Michigan auto accident attorneys. You can also get help by visiting our contact page or using the chat feature on our website.

February 2023 Auto Recalls

Content checked by Mike Morse, personal injury attorney with Mike Morse Injury Law Firm. Mike Morse is the founder of Mike Morse Law Firm, the largest personal injury law firm in Michigan. Since being founded in 1995, Mike Morse Law Firm has grown to 150 employees, served 25,000 clients, and collected more than $1 billion for victims of auto, truck and motorcycle accidents. The main office is in Southfield, MI but you can also find us in Detroit, Sterling Heights and many other locations.