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Rearview Camera Problem Forces Stellantis to Recall 1.16M Vehicles

Rearview Camera Problem Forces Stellantis to Recall 1.16M Vehicles

A software glitch preventing the rear view cameras from displaying images on the vehicle’s touchscreen necessitated a recall of 1.16 million Stellantis vehicles. The cameras are equipment on vehicles in the Ram, Jeep and Chrysler vehicles in the U.S. and Canada. Find out more at Headlight.News.

Wiper Problems Force Tesla to Halt Cybertruck Deliveries

Wiper Problems Force Tesla to Halt Cybertruck Deliveries

Tesla’s Cybertruck has gotten off to a rocky start since it finally started deliveries last November, two years late. And now, a new problem with its huge windshield wipers has forced the automaker to put deliveries of the all-electric truck on hold until it can figure out a solution.

Volvo Recalling All EX30 EVs to Repair Software Glitch

Volvo Recalling All EX30 EVs to Repair Software Glitch

Volvo is recalling nearly 72,000 EX30 SUVs because of a software problem that can glitch the EV’s speedometer. It’s the second software problem that has plagued the new battery-electric vehicle. But motorists may not even know there’s a problem unless they read the mandatory recall notice sent under federal guidelines.

Toyota, 3 Other Japanese Automakers, Acknowledge Cheating on Safety and Emissions Tests

Toyota, 3 Other Japanese Automakers, Acknowledge Cheating on Safety and Emissions Tests

Toyota Chairman Akio Toyoda “sincerely” apologized Monday for the automaker’s role in a cheating scandal that has swept through the Japanese auto industry. The industry giant, along with Honda, Mazda and Suzuki have pleaded after a government investigation in their home market revealed they rigged emissions and safety tests. Production of some of the vehicles have been halted, as a result.

NHTSA’s Do-Not-Drive Order of 83K Nissans Tied to Takata Airbag Recall

NHTSA’s Do-Not-Drive Order of 83K Nissans Tied to Takata Airbag Recall

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration told owners of more than 83,000 Nissan and Infiniti vehicles equipped with faulty Takata airbags to stop driving those vehicles immediately until they get airbags replaced. The Do-Not-Drive Order highlights the ongoing issue with the largest recall in U.S. history. Find out more at Headlight.News.

Honda Facing Possible Recall of 3 Million Vehicles; Toyota Recalls New Prius

Honda Facing Possible Recall of 3 Million Vehicles; Toyota Recalls New Prius

Two major Japanese automakers are under NHTSA’s microscope. In the case of Toyota, the Japanese giant has ordered the recall of 55,000 of the latest-generation Prius hybrids sold in the U.S. That service action could be dwarfed, however, if the federal safety agency moves forward on a probe targeting 3 million Honda vehicles. Headlight.News has more.