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GM Recalls 23,000 Vehicles Due to Transmission Oil Leak

GM has issued a recall affecting about 23,000 vehicles in Canada because of a transmission oil leak that could potentially cause vehicles to stop moving or catch fire.

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Recalls | Dec 6, 2021

Honda Canada Recalls Over 50,000 Newer Pilot, Ridgeline, and Passport Models

Due to a defect that can potentially cause hoods to fly open and hood latch failures, Honda is recalling 789,000 vehicles globally....

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Recalls | Sep 28, 2021

GM Recalls More Than 18,000 Chevy Bolt EVs in Canada

GM has updated the recall for 18,736 Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles in Canada for battery overheating issues that could cause a serious hazard....

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Recalls | Jul 29, 2021

GM Recalls Over 8,000 Chevrolet Bolts

GM has issued a recall, affecting over 8,000 electric vehicles in Canada because of a potential issue related to the battery overheating....

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36,000 Ford Explorers Recalled Due to a Faulty Roof Rail Cover

Ford has issued a recall affecting over 36,000 vehicles in Canada because of a faulty roof rail cover....

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Hyundai Recalls Over 113,000 Vehicles in Canada

Hyundai has issued two concurrent recalls affecting over 113,000 vehicles in Canada because of both concerns over engine wear and a short circuit with the brake...

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Subaru Recall 900,000 Vehicles in North America

Subaru has issued two concurrent recalls affecting over 92,000 vehicles in Canada because of both rear suspension concerns and a software error related to the e...

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