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While recall notifications are typically sent by regular mail if you’re not the original owner, the manufacturer likely doesn’t have a way to contact you in the event of a recall. It’s always a good idea to get in touch with the manufacturer or local dealer to provide them with your address. Same goes if you’re the original owner, but have recently moved.

Below you’ll find our January/February 2023 summary of RV recalls followed by vehicle recalls. We typically publish this list the first week of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

If you have an RV or vehicle that is subject to a recall, you should have it repaired right away to ensure it is safe. Please record the VIN or serial number and call your dealer or manufacturer.

RV Recalls

January/February 2023

Recall No.: 2022-717
Company: Airstream
Models: 2017-2022 Base Camp
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 93
Description: On certain RV trailers, the entry door window glass may not properly adhere to the metal frame. As a result, the glass could separate from the window frame and fall from the trailer. A glass panel that detaches from the trailer could create a hazard for others and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Airstream will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their RV trailer to a dealership to inspect the entry door window glass. The dealer will install a trim strip to secure the window and, if necessary, replace the window.

Recall No.: 2022-718
Company: Airstream
Models: 2022-2023 Interstate
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 11
Description: On certain motorhomes, the galley (kitchen) cabinets may not have been installed correctly. As a result, a cabinet could detach and fall. A cabinet that detaches and falls could create a risk of injury.
Correction: Airstream will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a dealership to install additional screws in the galley cabinets.

Recall No.: 2022-706
Company: Forest River
Models: 2023 Salem, Stealth EVO & Wildwood
Mfg. Recall No.: 22-1580
Canadian Units: 66
Description: On certain RV trailers, the power wire for the 12 V refrigerator may not have proper circuit protection. As a result, the wire could overheat and melt. Wiring that does not have proper circuit protection could create a fire risk.
Correction: Forest River will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their RV trailer to a dealership to install a 20-A mini-breaker on the power wire for the 12 V refrigerator.

Recall No.: 2023-014
Company: Forest River
Models: 2016 Amera-Lite ADXST
2016-2017 Amera-Lite ARXST
Mfg. Recall No.: 24-1592
Canadian Units: 111
Description: On certain trailers, the metal tubing used for the drawbars may not be thick enough for the weight of the trailer. This could cause the drawbar to fail while driving. If this happens, the trailer could separate from the tow vehicle. A trailer that separates from the tow vehicle can create the risk of a crash.
Correction: Forest River will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their trailer to a dealership to replace the drawbar.

Recall No.: 2023-025
Company: Forest River
Models: 2023 Coachmen Beyond
Mfg. Recall No.: 225-1601
Canadian Units: 16
Description: On certain motorhomes, the aluminum tubes that connect the gas valves to the cooktop burners could crack. If this happens, the tubes could leak propane. A propane gas leak could create the risk of a fire or explosion.
Note: This recall only affects motorhomes equipped with a Suburban SDS2 cooktop.
Correction: Forest River will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a dealership to repair the cooktop.

Recall No.: 2022-686
Company: Jayco
Models: 2015-2016 Aspire
2017 Insignia
Mfg. Recall No.: 22-14 22V-785
Canadian Units: 20
Description: On certain motorhomes, the reservoir tank for the air brake system is too small. In certain situations, this could cause reduced braking. Canadian regulations require enough air reservoir capacity to ensure the brakes work even with heavy use, or when there is a partial loss of the air system. Reduced braking can cause extended stopping distances and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Jayco will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a Spartan RV authorized service facility to replace the air reservoir tank.

Recall No.: 2022-710
Company: Jayco
Models: 2023 Entegra Coach Expanse
2023 Jayco Solstice
Mfg. Recall No.: 22V-791
Canadian Units: 5
Description: On certain motorhomes, a software problem could cause the controls for the ventilation control system (HVAC) not to work. As a result, you may not be able to defog, or defrost the windshield, or windows. A windshield that cannot be defogged, or defrosted can reduce visibility and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Jayco will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take theirr vehicle to a Ford dealership to update the remote climate control module software.

Recall No.: 2023-065
Company: Jayco
Models: 2019-2023 Entegra Coach Launch
2019-2023 Jayco Melborne, Melborne Prestige, Qwest & Terrain
Mfg. Recall No.: MB 22V-796
Canadian Units: 168
Description: In certain conditions, the motorhome could roll-away after placing the transmission in the “P” (Park) position if the parking brake is not set. A parked vehicle that rolls away could create a risk of a crash or an injury.
Note: You should always follow the parking procedure in the owner’s manual, and set the parking brake each time that you park.
Correction: Jayco will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a Mercedes-Benz dealership to update the software of various control units.

Recall No.: 2023-071
Company: Jayco
Models: 2023 Redhawk Motorhome
Mfg. Recall No.: 9903584
Canadian Units: 7
Description: On a small number of motorhomes, the wrong seat belt brackets may have been installed on the dinette seats. As a result, the dinette seat belts could loosen, or detach in a crash. A seat belt that detaches in a crash could create an increased risk of injury.
Correction: Jayco will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a dealership to replace the dinette seat belt brackets.

Recall No.: 2023-082
Company: Jayco
Models: Entegra Coach
2022-2023 Accolade, Anthem, Aspire, Esteem, Expanse, Odyssey, Reatta, Reatta XL, Vision & Vision XL
Jayco
2022-2023 Alante Motorhome, Embark, Greyhawk Motorhome, Melbourne, Precept Motorhome, Redhawk Motorhome, Seneca Motorhome & Solstice
Mfg. Recall No.: 9903583
Canadian Units: 222
Description: The compliance label on certain motorhomes is missing the gross axle weight rating (GAWR) for the rear axle. This could lead to overloading and cause poor handling or a tire failure. Poor handling or a tire failure could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Jayco will mail a new compliance label to each owner. If owners would like help to install it, they can contact an authorized Jayco, or Entegra Coach service facility to have it installed for them.

Recall No.: 2023-067
Company: Keystone
Models: 2021-2023 Carbon, Fuzion, Impact & Raptor
Mfg. Recall No.: 23-439
Canadian Units: 226
Description: On certain RV trailers, the fuel station controller could fail. If this happens, the fuel station may not work, or the controller could catch fire. The fuel station controller could fail and catch fire.
Correction: Keystone will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their RV trailer to a dealership to inspect the circuit protection for the fuel station controller. The dealer will install a 15 A fuse if the circuit is on an auto-reset circuit breaker, and seal the back of the controller by installing a plastic box around it.
Note: To reduce the safety risk, Keystone recommends that owners should check to ensure that a 15 A fuse is installed on the fuel station controller circuit, or unplug the controller until the recall repairs have been completed.

Recall No.: 2022-682
Company: Newmar
Models: 2023 Dutch Star Class A
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 1
Description: On one motorhome, the wrong bolts may have been used to attach the front and rear suspension to the vehicle frame. As a result, the bolts could fail. If this happens, the suspension could shift suddenly and cause a change in vehicle stability. A sudden change in vehicle stability could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Newmar will notify the owner by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to an authorized service facility to replace the bolts that attach the front and rear suspension to the vehicle frame.

Recall No.: 2022-683
Company: Newmar
Models: 2022-2023 Ventana Class A
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 4
Description: On a small number of motorhomes, the reservoir tank for the air brake system is too small. In certain situations, this could cause reduced braking. Canadian regulations require enough air reservoir capacity to ensure the brakes work even with heavy use or when there is a partial loss of the air system. Reduced braking can cause extended stopping distances and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Newmar will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a Spartan RV authorized service facility to replace the air reservoir tank.

Recall No.: 2022-685
Company: Newmar
Models: 2022 Supreme Aire Class C
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 1
Description: On one motorhome, the cap screws that attach the steering wheel may not have been properly tightened. As a result, the steering wheel could loosen or detach and cause a loss of steering control. A loss of steering could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Newmar will notify the owner by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a dealership to remove and reinstall the cap screws that attach the steering wheel.

Recall No.: 2022-663
Company: REV Recreation Group
Models: Fleetwood RV
2022-2023 Bounder
2022 Fortis
Holiday Rambler
2022 Invicta
2022-2023 Vacationer
Mfg. Recall No.: 221104REV
Canadian Units: 29
Description: On certain motorhomes, the entry step tread may not have been attached correctly. As a result, the step tread could move, or detach and cause a person to fall. A step tread that moves could create a risk of injury.
Correction: REV Group will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a dealership to inspect and, if necessary, re-attach the entry step tread.

Recall No.: 2022-749
Company: REV Recreation Group
Models: Fleetwood RV
2021-2023 Bounder, Flair, Flex, Fortis, Pace Arrow & Southwind
Holiday Rambler
2021-2023 Admiral, Eclipse, Invicta, Navigator & Vacationer
Mfg. Recall No.: 221222REV
Canadian Units: 72
Description: On certain motorhomes, the service valve (main shutoff) for the propane tank may be defective. As a result, the connector may not seal properly and could leak propane. A propane gas leak could create the risk of a fire or explosion.
Correction: REV Group will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a dealership to perform a leak test and inspect the date code on the service valve. It will be replaced, if necessary.
Note: REV Group recommends that you should shut off the service valve (main shutoff) on the propane tank until your motorhome is inspected.

Recall No.: 2023-059
Company: Safari Condo
Models: 2020-2022 LDX, LX, MX, XL Flex & XL Plus
2021-2024 Alto A-Series, Alto F-Series & Alto R-Series
Mfg. Recall No.: 2023-001
Canadian Units: 1,098
Description: On certain RV trailers and motorhomes, the aluminum tubes that connect the gas valves to the cooktop burners could crack. If this happens, the tubes could leak propane. A propane gas leak could create the risk of a fire or explosion.
Note: This recall only affects vehicles equipped with a Suburban SDS2 cooktop.
Correction: Safari Condo will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.
NOTE Safari Condo advises not to use the cooktop until the recall repairs are completed.

Recall No.: 2022-662
Company: Thor Motor Coach
Models: 2021-2022 Challenger, Hurricane, Miramar & Windsport
2022 Ace & Outlaw
Mfg. Recall No.: RC0000287
Canadian Units: 84
Description: On certain motorhomes, the nuts that attach the rear stabilizer bar bracket(s) could loosen and the attachment bolts and bracket could break. If this happens, the bolts and bracket could detach and separate from the vehicle. Parts that detach from the motorhome could create a hazard for other road users and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Thor Motor Coach will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a Ford dealership to inspect, and replace or repair the rear stabilizer attachment bolts and brackets as necessary.

Recall No.: 2023-050
Company: Thor Motor Coach
Models: 2022-2023 Rize & Scope
Mfg. Recall No.: RC0000289
Canadian Units: 13
Description: On certain motorhomes, the retractable awning could extend on its own while driving. An awning that extends while driving could create a road hazard and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Thor Motor Coach will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.
NOTE: Thor Motor Coach recommends that you should inspect the awning to ensure it’s in the fully retracted position before driving. You should also check it periodically throughout your trip.
Recall No.: 2023-087
Company: Thor Motor Coach
Models: 2016-2022 Palazzo
Mfg. Recall No.: RC000294
Canadian Units: 57
Description: On certain motorhomes, the brackets for the front lower cap may not be attached properly. As a result, the brackets could loosen and separate from the vehicle. A bracket that detaches from a vehicle could create a road hazard for others and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Thor Motor Coach will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their motorhome to a dealership to inspect the brackets for the front cap and replace the mounting hardware. The dealership will also install new brackets, if necessary.

Recall No.: 2023-001
Company: Triple E
Models: 2021-2023 Leisure Travel Vans Unity
Mfg. Recall No.: CA10253
Canadian Units: 134
Description: On certain motorhomes, the connections on the battery disconnect switch (located near the entry door) could contact the refrigerator frame. If this happens, there could be a short circuit.A short circuit could create the risk of a fire.
Correction: Triple E Canada will notify owners by mail and provide them with a protective rubber cover for the terminal posts on the battery disconnect switch, and instructions for installing it. Alternatively, owners can take their motorhome to a dealership or RV service centre to have the cover installed.

Recall No.: 2022-692
Company: Winnebago Industries
Models: 2021-2022 Minnie & Voyage
Mfg. Recall No.: CAM0000027
Canadian Units: 2
Description: On a small number of RV trailers, the cargo-carrying capacity label lists the wrong cargo-carrying capacity. This could lead you to overload the trailer, which could cause poor handling or a tire failure. Poor handling or a tire failure could cause a loss of control and result in a crash.
Correction: Winnebago will mail a new cargo-carrying capacity label to each owner. If owners would like help to install the label, they can contact a Winnebago dealer to have it installed free of charge.

Recall No.: 2022-693
Company: Winnebago Industries
Models: 2021-2022 Hike
2021 Micro Minnie
2021-2022 Minnie
Mfg. Recall No.: CAM0000028
Canadian Units: 491
Description: On certain RV trailers, the handles for the cabinet doors inside the trailer have square corners that could be sharp. Sharp corners on the cabinet door handles can create the risk of a cut or scrape.
Correction: Winnebago will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their trailer to a dealer to replace the cabinet door handles with a different handle design that has a rounded shape.

Recall No.: 2023-002
Company: Winnebago Industries
Models: 2021-2023 Revel
Mfg. Recall No.: 171
Canadian Units: 143
Description: On certain motorhomes, the retractable awning could extend on its own while driving. An awning that extends while driving could create a road hazard and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Winnebago will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development. Note: Winnebago recommends that owners should inspect the awning to ensure it’s in the fully retracted position before driving and also check it periodically throughout their trip.

Vehicle Recalls

January/February 2023

PLEASE NOTE: If you want to check out your particular vehicle at anytime, you can go to Transport Canada and enter your vehicle information to search for the most recent recall info.

Recall No.: 2022-734
Company: BMW
Models: 2023 BMW I4, I7 & IX
Mfg. Recall No.: 61 91 22RC / 61 92 22RC
Canadian Units: 2,155
Description: On certain vehicles, a software problem could cause the high-voltage battery electronic control unit to reset. As a result, the high-voltage system could disconnect while driving. If this happens, there could be a sudden loss of power to the wheels. A loss of power to the wheels could increase the risk of a crash.
Note: If this happens, you may see a warning message on the instrument panel.
Correction: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealer to update the high-voltage battery electronic control unit software.

Recall No.: 2023-061
Company: BMW
Models: 2022-2023 IX
2023 X1
Mfg. Recall No.: 32 80 23RC & 32 81 23RC
Canadian Units: 3,882
Description: On certain vehicles, the driver-front airbag may not inflate correctly in a crash. An airbag that does not inflate correctly could create an increased risk of injury in a crash.
Correction: BMW will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to replace the driver-front airbag.

Recall No.: 2022-672
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2021-2023 Jeep Wrangler
Mfg. Recall No.: ZB7
Canadian Units: 7,254
Description: On certain Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), a problem with the vehicle control software could cause the engine to shut down while driving. If this happens, there would be a loss of power to the wheels. A sudden loss of power to the wheels could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the vehicle control software.

Recall No.: 2022-699
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2019-2020 Ram 1500, 2500 & 3500
Mfg. Recall No.: ZB8
Canadian Units: 120,706
Description: On certain trucks, the tailgate could unlatch and open while driving. If this happens, cargo that is not secured could fall out of the truck bed and onto the road. Cargo that falls from the truck bed could create a road hazard for others.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their truck to a dealership to inspect the alignment of the tailgate strikers, and adjust them if necessary.

Recall No.: 2023-008
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2017-2023 Pacifica
Mfg. Recall No.: 03A
Canadian Units: 7,335
Description: On certain plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), a wiring connector inside the transmission could short circuit. As a result, the engine could shut down and cause a sudden loss of power to the wheels. A sudden loss of power to the wheels could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: FCA will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the power inverter module (PIM) and, if necessary, update the instrument panel cluster software.

 

Recall No.: 2023-026
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2021-2023 Ram 2500, 3500, 4500 & 5500
Mfg. Recall No.: 13A
Canadian Units: 21,988
Description: On certain trucks and chassis-cabs equipped with a 6.7 L Cummins diesel engine, the intake air heater relay could short circuit. This could happen even when the vehicle is parked, and the ignition switch is in the off position. A short circuit could create a fire risk.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to replace the intake air heater relay.
NOTE: FCA recommends that owners should park their vehicle outside and away from other vehicles, or buildings until the recall repairs are completed.

Recall No.: 2023-047
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2021-2023 Ram 1500
2023 Ram 2500
Mfg. Recall No.: 14A
Canadian Units: 7,884
Description: On certain vehicles equipped with a trailer reverse steering module (TRSCM), the rearview camera image may not appear on the display when backing-up. Canadian regulations require the rearview image to display when the transmission is shifted into reverse gear. A rearview camera image that does not display could reduce a driver’s ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the trailer reverse steering control module software.

Recall No.: 2023-089
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2020-2023 Jeep Gladiator
2018-2023 Jeep Wrangler
Mfg. Recall No.: 19A
Canadian Units: 7,464
Description: Under certain conditions, the clutch pressure plate could overheat and break. If this happens, the pressure plate may also crack, or break the transmission case. This could cause debris to fall from the vehicle. Debris from an overheated and fractured pressure plate could contact nearby parts and increase the risk of a fire. Parts that fall from the vehicle could create a road hazard for others and increase the risk of injury.
Note: This recall only affects certain vehicles equipped with a 3.6 L engine and a manual transmission. Vehicles repaired under FCA Canada recalls Y01, Y03 and Y07 (Transport Canada recall 2021-035) also require this repair.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.

Recall No.: 2023-090
Company: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
Models: 2021-2023 Dodge Durango
Mfg. Recall No.: 20A
Canadian Units: 18,163
Description: On certain vehicles, the rear spoiler could hit the body when opening and closing the liftgate. This could damage the spoiler and cause it to detach from the vehicle. A spoiler that detaches from the vehicle could create a road hazard for others.
Note: This is an expansion of Transport Canada Recall 2021-663.
Correction: FCA Canada will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect and, if necessary, replace the rear spoiler.

Recall No.: 2022-658
Company: Ford
Models: 2021-2022 Bronco Sport & Escape
Mfg. Recall No.: 22S73
Canadian Units: 54,188
Description: On certain vehicles, a fuel injector may crack. If this happens, fuel could leak into the engine compartment. A fuel leak can create the risk of a fire.
Note: This recall only affects vehicles equipped with a 1.5 L EcoBoost engine
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the engine control software to detect fuel injector leaks. The dealer will also install a drain tube. Ford will also provide an extended warranty of 15 years/240 000 km to replace cracked injectors.

Recall No.: 2022-743
Company: Ford
Models: 2020-2023 Lincoln Aviator
2020-2022 Lincoln Corsair
Mfg. Recall No.: 22C35
Canadian Units: 11,828
Description: On certain vehicles, the seat belt reminder chime may not sound for long enough when you start the vehicle, and your seat belt is not buckled. Canadian regulations require both a seat belt reminder sound and visual telltale when a driver is not wearing their seat belt. A seat belt warning that does not work correctly may not remind you to buckle your seat belt. Not wearing your seat belt can increase the risk of injury in a crash.
Note: This recall only affects vehicles with a Revel audio system.
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the audio control module software.

Recall No.: 2023-018
Company: Ford
Models: 2020-2023 Ford Explorer
2020-2022 Lincoln Aviator
2020-2023 Lincoln Corsair
Mfg. Recall No.: 23S02
Canadian Units: 39,674
Description: On certain vehicles equipped with a 360-degree camera, a software problem could cause the rearview camera image to not appear on the SYNC display screen. Canadian regulations require the rearview image to display when the transmission is shifted into reverse gear. A rearview camera image that does not display could reduce a driver’s ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Ford will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the audio control module software.

Recall No.: 2022-671
Company: General Motors
Models: 2019-2020 Cadillac XT4
Mfg. Recall No.: N222373320
Canadian Units: 1,063
Description: On certain vehicles, a software problem could cause the rearview camera image not to appear when backing up. A rearview camera image that does not display could reduce a driver’s ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Note: This recall only affects vehicles equipped with Surround Vision feature.
Correction: General Motors will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the vehicle’s software. Certain model year vehicles will also require replacement of the video processing module (VPM).

Recall No.: 2022-700
Company: General Motors
Models: 2021-2023 Buick Envision
2020-2023 Cadillac CT4 & CT5
2022-2023 Cadillac Escalade & Escalade ESV
2022-2023 Silverado, Suburban & Tahoe
2022-2023 GMC Sierra, Yukon & Yukon XL
Mfg. Recall No.: N222386380
Canadian Units: 85,685
Description: On certain vehicles, the daytime running lamps (DRLs) may stay on when the headlamps are on. Canadian regulations require the DRLs to turn off when the headlamps are on. Daytime running lamps that stay on could cause glare for oncoming drivers and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: General Motors will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the body control module (BCM) software.

Recall No.: 2022-719
Company: General Motors
Models: 2017-2023 Bolt EV
Mfg. Recall No.: N222383790 / N222383791
Canadian Units: 19,898
Description: On certain vehicles, the carpet could catch fire after a crash where a front seat belt pretensioner deploys. A fire that occurs after a crash could create an increased risk of injury.
Correction: General Motors will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to install foil tape under the carpet near the front seatbelt pretensioners. On certain model year vehicles, the technician will also install seatbelt pretensioner covers.

Recall No.: 2023-013
Company: General Motors
Models: 2022 Chev Equinox & GMC Terrain
Mfg. Recall No.: N222372310
Canadian Units: 1,534
Description: On certain vehicles, a problem with the fuel pump may cause reduced fuel flow to the engine. If this happens, owners may notice engine hesitation and the check engine light may turn on. This could also result in a sudden engine stall while driving and it may not be able to restart. A sudden loss of engine power could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: General Motors will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to replace the fuel pump module.

Recall No.: 2022-669
Company: Honda
Models: 2017-2019 Ridgeline
Mfg. Recall No.: HP29
Canadian Units: 14,487
Description: On certain trucks, the tailgate wiring harness could become damaged over time. If this happens, the rearview camera image may not display when the transmission is shifted into reverse. A rearview camera image that does not display could reduce a driver’s ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Honda will notify owners by mail. Due to a parts supply issue, Honda will advise them to take their truck to the dealership only if this failure occurs. When enough parts are available, Honda will re-notify owners and instruct them to take their truck to a dealership to replace the tailgate wiring harness.

Recall No.: 2023-041
Company: Honda
Models: 2018-2020 Fit
2019-2022 HR-V
Mfg. Recall No.: HP35 / HP36
Canadian Units: 23,792
Description: Under certain conditions, the battery voltage could drop when starting the engine. If this happens, the display audio system may not start. As a result, the rearview image will not appear on the display screen when reversing. Canadian regulations require the rearview image to display when the vehicle is reversing. A rearview camera image that does not display could reduce a driver’s ability to see behind the vehicle while backing up. This could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Honda will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the display audio software.

Recall No.: 2022-659
Company: Hyundai
Models: 2013-2016 Santa Fe Sport
Mfg. Recall No.: R0212 (21DG04)
Canadian Units: 84,034
Description: On certain vehicles, the rear parking assist sensors (mounted in the rear bumper) could short circuit. A short circuit could create a fire risk.
Note: This recall replaces Transport Canada recall 2022-118. Vehicles that were already repaired under Hyundai recall R0212 don’t require this repair.
Correction: Hyundai will notify owners by mail and instruct them to bring their vehicle to a dealership to replace the rear parking assist sensor fuse and any defective sensors.
NOTE: Hyundai recommends that if the instrument cluster does not work, the transmission shifter is stuck in park, or if owners see melted plastic on the rear bumper, they should park the vehicle outside and contact a Hyundai dealer.

Recall No.: 2022-727
Company: Hyundai
Models: 2021-2022 Santa Fe
Mfg. Recall No.: R0228
Canadian Units: 3,705
Description: Certain vehicles may have a programming error. As a result, the vehicles don’t meet some of the anti-theft requirements in Canadian regulations. A vehicle theft could create a safety risk.
Correction: Hyundai will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the vehicle software.

Recall No.: 2022-728
Company: Hyundai
Models: 2021 Kona EV
Mfg. Recall No.: R0229
Canadian Units: 1,350
Description: On certain electric vehicles, the electric power control unit (EPCU) may not be sealed correctly. As a result, coolant could leak inside the EPCU and onto the circuit board. If this happens, the vehicle could suddenly lose power to the wheels. A sudden loss of power to the wheels may increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Hyundai will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect and, if necessary, replace the EPCU.

Recall No.: 2023-074
Company: Hyundai
Models: 2021-2023 Genesis G80
2023 Genesis GV60
2022-2023 Genesis GV70
2021-2023 Genesis GV80
Mfg. Recall No.: R0231
Canadian Units: 6,900
Description: On certain vehicles, there may be a problem with the front seat belt pretensioners. As a result, the driver and/or passenger seat belt pretensioners could explode in a crash. If this happens, small pieces of metal could hit people in the vehicle. A seat belt pretensioner that explodes could create a risk of injury.
Note: This recall replaces recall R0200 (Transport Canada Recall No. 2021-627). Vehicles that were repaired under that recall also require this repair.
Correction: Genesis will notify owners by mail and instruct them to bring their vehicle to a dealership to install protective caps over the driver and front passenger’s seat belt pretensioners.

Recall No.: 2022-698
Company: Kia
Models: 2023 Forte
Mfg. Recall No.: RC174
Canadian Units: 1,182
Description: On certain vehicles, the left-front steering knuckle could crack and/or break. A steering knuckle that breaks while driving could cause a sudden loss of vehicle control. A loss of vehicle control could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Kia will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect the left-front steering knuckle. If the batch code stamped on the knuckle is within the affected range, it will be replaced.

Recall No.: 2023-032
Company: Kia
Models: 2023 Telluride
Mfg. Recall No.: RC176
Canadian Units: 1,354
Description: On certain vehicles, the wiring for the side airbags in the second-row seat cushion assembly may be too long. As a result, the wiring could be damaged by contact with the seat frame when the seat is folded, or adjusted. If this happens, the second-row seat side airbag(s) may not work properly in a side-impact crash. An airbag that does not work properly could create an increased risk of injury in a crash.
Note: A damaged wiring harness can cause the airbag warning light to turn on.
Correction: Kia will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect the left and right second-row seat side airbag wire harnesses for damage. If damage is found, the wiring harness(es) will be replaced. If no damage is found, the wire harness(es) will be secured to avoid contact with the seat frame when the seat is folded, or adjusted.

Recall No.: 2022-740
Company: Mercedes-Benz
Models: 2001-2011 C Class, CLK Class, CLS Class & E Class
Mfg. Recall No.: 789,100,778,910,087,000,000
Canadian Units: 10,460
Description: On certain vehicles, the sunroof glass may not be properly attached to the sliding roof frame. Over time, the glass can become loose and could separate from the vehicle. A sunroof that detaches from the vehicle could create a road hazard for others and increase the risk of a crash.
Note: Vehicles that were inspected under Transport Canada recalls 2019-668 and 2021-478 also require this inspection.
Correction: Mercedes-Benz will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealer to inspect the bonding of the sunroof glass. Dealers will replace the sliding roof, if necessary.

Recall No.: 2022-741
Company: Mercedes-Benz
Models: 2012-2019 GLE Class & ML Class
Mfg. Recall No.: 6490011
Canadian Units: 41,417
Description: On certain vehicles, water could leak into the rear of the vehicle and build up in the spare tire wheel well. If this happens, the fuel pump control unit could short circuit and cause the engine to stall. A sudden loss of power to the wheels could increase the risk of a crash.
Note: This problem could cause a check engine light to turn on, a damp carpet in the cargo area and/or the sound of water moving in the spare wheel well while driving.
Correction: Mercedes-Benz will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect for water leaks and install a drain plug in the spare wheel well. The fuel pump control unit will be replaced, if necessary. Note: To reduce the safety risk, owners should regularly check for moisture in the cargo area and spare wheel well.

Recall No.: 2023-076
Company: Mercedes-Benz
Models: 2019-2021 G Class
Mfg. Recall No.: 5491809
Canadian Units: 3,431
Description: On certain vehicles, the front axle wiring harness could be damaged by contact with the auxiliary oil cooler. If this happens, the vehicle electronic stability program (ESP) and antilock brake system (ABS) may not work correctly. Antilock brake (ABS) and vehicle stability control (ESP) systems that don’t work correctly could increase the risk of a crash
Correction: Mercedes-Benz will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to inspect, and if necessary, replace the front axle wiring harness. The dealer will also install a protective sleeve.

Recall No.: 2023-080
Company: Mercedes-Benz
Models: 2019-2020 Sprinter
Mfg. Recall No.: 8297010
Canadian Units: 6,574
Description: In certain conditions, the connection between the fuse and fuse mount for the blower motor could overheat. A fuse and wiring that overheats could create the risk of a fire.
Correction: Mercedes-Benz will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to replace and relocate the blower motor fuse and its wiring.
NOTE: To reduce the safety risk, Mercedes-Benz recommends that you should only operate the blower in manual mode, and not use either the highest or lowest temperature settings until the recall repairs have been completed.

Recall No.: 2022-675
Company: Nissan
Models: 2017 Rogue
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 42,347
Description: On certain vehicles, water could leak into the electrical connections in the driver’s footwell. This could cause problems with various electric systems (like the power windows or power seat) and the wiring harness could short circuit. A short circuit can create the risk of a fire, even while the vehicle is parked and turned off.
Correction: Nissan will notify owners by mail and instruct them to bring their vehicle to a dealership to inspect the dash side wiring harness. If necessary, they will replace the harness connector. The dealership will also apply grease to the connector to prevent water intrusion.
Note: Nissan advises that owners should park their vehicle outdoors and away from other vehicles or structures until the recall repairs have been completed.

Recall No.: 2023-045
Company: Nissan
Models: 2018-2023 Leaf
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 13,108
Description: When the temperature is below -10° C, the defroster may not work properly if you follow the instructions in the owner’s manual and use the maximum fan speed. As a result, you may not be able to defrost the windshield. A windshield that cannot be defogged, or defrosted can reduce visibility and increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Nissan will notify owners by mail and supply an addendum to the owner’s manual that provides the correct settings for using the defroster when the temperature is below -10° C.

Recall No.: 2023-052
Company: Nissan
Models: 2008-2011 Armada, Frontier, Pathfinder, Titan & Xterra
2008-2009 Quest
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 17,214
Description: On certain vehicles, the plastic emblem on the steering wheel airbag cover could detach and become a projectile when the airbag inflates in a crash. Projectiles in the occupant compartment could increase the risk of an injury.
Correction: Nissan will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.

Recall No.: 2023-053
Company: Nissan
Models: 2004-2008, 2011-2012 Armada
2005-2008, 2011-2013 Frontier
2005-2008, 2011-2012 Pathfinder
2004-2008 Quest
2004-2008, 2011-2012 Titan
2005-2008, 2011-2013 Xterra
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 10,846
Description: On certain vehicles, the plastic emblem on the steering wheel airbag cover could detach and become a projectile when the airbag inflates in a crash. Projectiles in the occupant compartment could increase the risk of an injury.
Note: This recall is for certain vehicles that had the steering wheel airbag replaced.
Correction: Nissan will notify owners by mail. The corrective actions for this recall are under development.

Recall No.: 2023-078
Company: Nissan
Models: 2017 Rogue
Mfg. Recall No.:
Canadian Units: 96,900
Description: On vehicles equipped with a jackknife-type folding key, over time the key blade may not stay locked in the fully extended (open) position. If you drive the vehicle with the key in the partially folded position, you could bump the ignition key and turn the engine off. This can cause a sudden loss of engine power, power steering and power brakes. This could also cause the airbags not to deploy in a crash. Airbags that do not deploy in a crash could create an increased risk of injury. A loss of power brakes can cause a sudden increase in brake pedal force and lead to an increase in stopping distance. A loss of power steering assist can cause a sudden increase in steering effort. A sudden loss of engine power could also increase the risk of a crash.
Note: This recall only affects vehicles that have an “S” trim level.
Correction: Nissan will notify owners by mail and advise them not to attach any accessories to the key fob, and to ensure that the key is fully extended before driving. As an interim repair, a dealer will install a fastener in the key slot to prevent the key from folding. Once replacement parts are available, owners will need to return to a dealership to have a spacer inserted into the slot of the key fob that will stop if from collapsing.

Recall No.: 2023-024
Company: Porsche
Models: 2017-2018 Panamera
Mfg. Recall No.: APA1
Canadian Units: 1,638
Description: On certain vehicles, water could leak into the external coolant pump for the climate control system and cause a short circuit. If this happens, the pump and wiring could overheat and melt. A short circuit can create the risk of a fire.
Correction: Porsche will notify owners by mail and instruct them to bring their vehicle to a dealership to replace the external coolant pump. Additionally, the connections for the pump will be inspected and replaced, if necessary.

Recall No.: 2022-703
Company: Subaru
Models: 2019-2022 Ascent
Mfg. Recall No.: WRL-22
Canadian Units: 13,954
Description: On certain vehicles, the bolt for the ground terminal on the auxiliary heater may not have been properly tightened. As a result, the ground terminal and nearby parts could overheat and melt. Wiring that overheats and melts could create the risk of a fire.
Correction: Subaru will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to replace the PTC (positive temperature coefficieint) heater ground bolt. The ground wire and the connector holder will be replaced, if necessary.
Note: Subaru advises that you should not leave the vehicle running while unattended, and that you should park it outdoors and away from other vehicles, or structures until the recall repairs have been completed.

Recall No.: 2023-063
Company: Tesla
Models: 2018-2022 Model 3
2016-2023 Model S & Model X
2020-2022 Model Y
Mfg. Recall No.: SB-23-00-001
Canadian Units: 20,667
Description: In certain traffic situations, when the FSD Beta advanced driver assistance feature is engaged, the vehicle may perform maneuvers that break certain traffic laws, if the driver doesn’t intervene and take control. Certain maneuvers performed by the FSD Beta advanced driver assistance feature may break traffic laws. This could increase the risk of a crash if the driver doesn’t intervene.
Note: This recall only affects vehicles equipped with the FSD Beta feature.
Correction: Tesla will notify owners by email and supply an over-the-air software update to improve how the FSD Beta feature maneuvers the vehicle in certain traffic situations. Tesla reminds that FSD Beta is only an advanced driver assistance feature, and the driver must pay attention and be ready to take control at all times when the feature is engaged.

Recall No.: 2023-035
Company: Toyota
Models: 2021 RAV4 Hybrid
Mfg. Recall No.: SRC RE7
Canadian Units: 4,545
Description: On certain RAV4 Prime models, rapid acceleration could cause the battery voltage to drop suddenly while driving in “EV mode” in cold temperatures. If this happens, the hybrid system could shut down and cause a sudden loss of power to the wheels. A sudden loss of power to the wheels could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Toyota will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the hybrid vehicle control ECU software.

Recall No.: 2022-660
Company: Volkswagen
Models: 2019-2022 Audi A6 & A7
2021-2022 Audi RS6 & RS7
2020-2022 Audi S6 & S7
Mfg. Recall No.: 90V2
Canadian Units: 3,759
Description: On certain vehicles, if you spill liquid on the rear seat, the gateway control module could be damaged. If this happens, the vehicle may enter emergency mode and suddenly lose power to the wheels. A sudden loss of power to the wheels may increase the risk of a crash.
Note: The power steering and braking systems will continue to work. You may also see warning messages on the instrument panel when this happens.
Correction: Audi will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealer to install a protective cover on the gateway control module.

Recall No.: 2022-735
Company: Volkswagen
Models: 2015-2016 Beetle
Mfg. Recall No.: 69EM
Canadian Units: 4,400
Description: On certain vehicles, long-term exposure to high absolute humidity and temperature, combined with high temperature cycling, may eventually degrade the propellant contained in the driver-front airbag. This could cause the airbag to deploy with more force than normal. If the airbag inflator ruptures, fragments could be propelled toward vehicle occupants or cause damage to the airbag assembly, preventing its proper function. If the vehicle is involved in a crash requiring an airbag deployment, the airbag inflator could rupture and create a risk of injury.
Correction: Owners will be notified by mail and instructed to take their vehicle to a dealer to replace the driver-front airbag .
Note: The Canadian climate results in the propellant degrading slowly. This recall is being conducted as a precaution to address future risk. It is expected that all airbag inflators will be replaced before their function would be affected.

Recall No.: 2023-034
Company: Volkswagen
Models: 2021 ID.4
Mfg. Recall No.: 97ZZ
Canadian Units: 1,433
Description: On certain vehicles, a software problem could cause the high-voltage battery management control module to reset, or the pulse inverter to deactivate. If this happens while driving, the electric motor would not supply power to the wheels. A sudden loss of power to the wheels could increase the risk of a crash.
Note: If this happens, you may see a warning message on the instrument panel.
Correction: Volkswagen will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to update the high-voltage battery control unit and the pulse inverter control unit software.

Recall No.: 2023-068
Company: Volkswagen
Models: 2011-2015 Audi Q7
Mfg. Recall No.: 50G5
Canadian Units: 1,364
Description: On certain vehicles equipped with 21″ wheels, the compliance label lists a gross axle weight rating (GAWR) for the rear axle that’s too high. The label should list the rear axle capacity as 1770 kg (3902 lb.). This could lead you to overload the vehicle. Overloading the vehicle could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Audi will notify owners by mail and instruct them to take their vehicle to a dealership to install a label with the correct rear axle GAWR.

Recall No.: 2023-010
Company: Volvo
Models: 2023 C40, S60, V60, V60 Cross Country, V90 Cross Country, XC40, XC60 & XC90
Mfg. Recall No.: R10217
Canadian Units: 1,602
Description: On certain vehicles, a problem in the brake control module (BCM) could cause reduced braking. It could also cause different safety systems to stop working. This can include the antilock brake system (ABS), electronic stability control (ESC), traction control, adaptive cruise control (ACC), pilot assist and one pedal drive (OPD). Reduced braking can cause extended stopping distances and increase the risk of a crash. Additionally, vehicle safety systems that stop working suddenly could increase the risk of a crash.
Correction: Volvo will notify owners in writing and send a wireless over-the-air update to each vehicle. If the update cannot be completed successfully, or for vehicles without over-the-air (OTA) update capability, Volvo will instruct owners to schedule an appointment to have the update performed by a dealer.

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