Before you think about travel for the upcoming Labor Day Weekend, be sure to check and make sure your vehicle is not included in this list of recalls.
General Motors LLC (GM)
367,808 2013 Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles are being recalled because in the affected vehicles, the ball joints in the windshield wiper module may corrode and wear over time. This could possibly result in one or both of the windshield wipers becoming inoperative.
NHTSA Campaign ID Number : 16V582
Potential Number of Units Affected: 367,808
190,102 2007–2012 Mazda CX-7 In the affected vehicles, water may enter the front suspension ball joint fittings. If the water is contaminated with salt, such as from driving on snowy roads that have been treated, the ball joint may corrode and separate from the lower control arm, resulting in a loss of steering control.
NHTSA Campaign ID Number : 16V593
Potential Number of Units Affected: 190,102
Toyota / Lexus
2006–2011 Toyota RAV4 and 2010 Lexus HS250h The affected vehicles have rear suspension arms (rear tie rods) with adjusting lock nuts that may have been improperly tightened after servicing. As a result of being loose, the arm may have thread damage and may rust, possibly leading to the failure of the arm and an abrupt change in the vehicle’s alignment.
NHTSA Campaign ID Number : 16V596
Potential Number of Units Affected: 337,449
At Terrell Hogan, helping families recover from accidents and personal injury is what we do every day. We would like to find ways to prevent injury and loss before they happen. But until there’s a solution to this problem, we will continue to repeat recall information about defective vehicles. We want to help make sure that if you or your loved ones are involved in an automobile accident your rights are protected.