Jeep Wranglers Recalled by Chrysler for Risk of Fire

Jeep Wranglers 2010

Chrysler is recalling their Jeep Wrangler SUV’s from 2012 model year to solve issues which could cause fires.

The company stated the recall involves 67,872 units of SUV’s that were built with automatic transmissions. The skid plate on these SUV’s that protects the transmission is very close to the catalytic converter of the exhaust system. Particles collected around the skid plate could heat up the converter which can cause it to ignite or catch fire.

In these recall, dealers of Chrysler will change the plate with a skid bar and this will be, of . . . → Read More: Jeep Wranglers Recalled by Chrysler for Risk of Fire

Chevy Sonics Recalled Due to Missing Brake Pads

Chevy Sonic subcompact

General Motors Co. is ordering a recall to particular Chevrolet Sonic subcompact units – 2012 model due to a number of them could possibly be lacking a front inner or maybe outer brake pad.

In the report submitted with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Generral Motors Co. stated it became aware about the issue a few weeks ago right after a client brought the car to a car dealership for service to fix brake sounds. Mechanics discovered that a brake pad was lacking.

Due to this discovering, GM Co. stated it will certainly recall Sonics units produced . . . → Read More: Chevy Sonics Recalled Due to Missing Brake Pads

Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Announces a Recall

Harley-Davidson Motor Co. recall

Harley-Davidson Motor Co. announces a recall about 308,000 motorcycles to repair a switch issue that may cause malfunction of the brake lights and perhaps the rear braking system.

This company stated in documents submitted a week ago with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that the brake light switches could be open to excessive heat comes from the exhaust system. The high temperature may cause the brake lights to stop working, and also the issue may also result in fluid leakages and the loss of rear brakes, the papers stated.

The issue is affecting CVO Touring, Trike, and . . . → Read More: Harley-Davidson Motor Co. Announces a Recall

First Flying Car Soars All the Way Up to the Market Soon

Transition Roadable Aircraft

The first flying car just obtained one step nearer to gliding, onto the market.

The Transition Roadable Aircraft, as the car-plane hybrid is called, was given a sequence of particular exceptions by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on June 30 that made the car operable both in the air and on the street.

Thus what types of particular exceptions does a “roadable aircraft” require? Well, special windows, for one. Regular automotive safety glass is too heavy for the Transition while in the air, and there’s constantly a possibility that a bird could break . . . → Read More: First Flying Car Soars All the Way Up to the Market Soon