If you own a 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 that was built between January 2013 and September 2014, this recall will most likely affect you. It has to do with the electrically assisted power steering system (EPS). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced this recall that affects 690,685 trucks.
Approximately 228,000 Toyota Tacoma pickup trucks (2016 and 2017 model years) are being recalled for a leaking rear differential housing. The recall affects trucks sold in the United States. (Editor's note: we do not cover all safety recalls, but, given the number of vehicles, we find this one important).
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Ford issues a recall that affects 52,608 2017 Ford F-250 pickup trucks that are powered by a 6.2L gasoline V8. For 2017, Ford has introduced a new 6-speed transmission, called TorqShift-G. This is a lighter weight and lighter duty transmission that is offered solely on F-250 Super Duties that are
Ford announces a recall of 8,069 2017 Ford Super Duty trucks because of an issue with a fuel tank mounting strap. The front reinforcement strap is missing on some of the trucks. Over time, this may cause the fuel tank to separate from the frame and fall to the ground. This
Ford has recalled approximately 271,ooo F-150 trucks for leaking brake fluid. The recall covers 2013 - 2014 model years with trucks that have the 3.5L V6 engine. The problem consists of faulty brake master cylinders can lose fluid that results in a loss of braking power at the front wheels.