Ottawa, Ontario – Transport Canada has issued its latest recalls, which may affect some General Motors, Toyota, BMW and Honda vehicles.

2007 Buick Terraza
2005-2008 Chevrolet Uplander
2005-2008 Pontiac Montana
Vehicles affected: 435

On certain vehicles, inadequate welding of a trailing arm modification may result in the trailing arm separating and causing loss of vehicle control. The trailing arm separation may be preceded by a squeak, rattle or other noise from the rear of the vehicle. Dealers will inspect the trailing arm welding integrity, re-welding and part replacement if necessary.

2005-2010 Toyota Avalon
2007-2010 Toyota Camry
2009-2010 Toyota Corolla
2010 Toyota Highlander
2009-2010 Toyota Matrix
2009-2010 Toyota RAV4
2008-2010 Toyota Sequoia
2007-2010 Toyota Tundra
Vehicles affected: 270,000

On certain vehicles, the accelerator pedal movement may become rough, slow to return, or may stick in a depressed position. The problem is caused by either wear or high humidity, and could result in a loss of control. The correction is to be determined. In the meantime, owners should contact their dealers.

2009-2010 Pontiac Vibe
Vehicles affected: 28,466

On certain vehicles, the accelerator pedal movement may become rough, slow to return, or may stick in a depressed position. The problem is caused by either wear or high humidity, and could result in a loss of control. Owners will be notified by first-class mail to return their vehicles to a GM dealer for installation of a reinforcement bar in the accelerator pedal which will allow it to operate smoothly.

2010 BMW X5
2010 BMW X6
Vehicles affected: 6

On certain vehicles, the bonding of the windshield in the upper right area may be insufficient. In case of a vehicle rollover, the roof stability could be affected. Dealers will repair the affected vehicles.

2006-2007 Honda Ridgeline
Vehicles affected: 11,671

On certain vehicles, a wiring harness connector for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning blower motor located under the passenger’s side of the instrument panel may be subject to kicking by the passenger’s feet. If this occurs, the connector terminal may overheat, which could cause the wire insulation or the wiring connector to melt. If the insulation melts and the exposed wires make contact, a fire may result. Dealers will inspect damaged connectors and install a protective cover.

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