This week’s recall recap is full of potential personal injury and fiery death.
If you needed more proof our cars are trying to kills us, here it is. Dodge and Ford are experiencing some interesting electrical and fuel issues while Subarus are leaking brake fluid.
If you own a 2013 Dodge Challenger V6, Chrysler asks you park your car and get it fixed immediately due to an electrical short circuit between the starter motor and solenoid. This short could result in more than your rear tires getting burned up. Yep, fiery death.
Ford continues to flirt with fire issues in their newer product. This time the Explorer (2013), Taurus (2012), and MKS (2012) get to wear the recall badge of shame. Due to issues in manufacturing, a fuel leak may occur with or without impact, resulting in potential fiery death.
And finally, Subaru is back on the recall lists, this time due to brake lines that may experience a bad case of rust worm. On 2005 to 2009 Legacy and Outback models, the lines can possibly leak due to the design of the fuel tank protector. If a leak occurs, a driver may lose their brakes, resulting in a crash. Also, fiery death.