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Regulators Open Investigation Into Jeeps That Just Roll Away When Parked

When putting your vehicle in the “park” position, you probably have the expectation that your car won’t be moving. That’s apparently not the case for more than 400,000 Jeeps now under investigation by federal regulators because they have a tendency to simply roll away after being parked. 284 more words

CarMax Plays "Used Car Recall Roulette" By Selling Potentially Dangerous Vehicles

During the height of recallopalooza 2014, a coalition of consumer advocacy groups raised concerns about CarMax, alleging that the nation’s largest used vehicle seller was misleading customers with claims of “Quality Certified” cars and “125+ point” inspections while not revealing that some cars had been recalled for safety issues that had not yet been repaired.¬† 883 more words

Federal Warning: Some Jeep SUV's Can Roll Away When In Park

WASHINGTON (CBSNewYork) — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a warning Tuesday that some Jeep sport-utility vehicles can roll away after drivers put them in park. 76 more words

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Harley-Davidson is Recalling certain model year 2015 XG500 and XG750 motorcycles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – August 24, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –

RECALL Subject : Poor Seal at Fuel Pump Inlet 

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Agency Won't Open Probe Into Toyota Unintended Acceleration

DETROIT (AP) – U.S. safety regulators have rejected an electrical engineer’s request to investigate low-speed unintended acceleration in Toyota and Lexus cars.

The petition was the latest in a string of claims that Toyota vehicles can accelerate on their own dating to 2009. 419 more words

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NHTSA Denies Second Petition To Open Investigation Into Unintended Acceleration Of Toyota Vehicles

For the second time this year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced it would not open a probe into millions of Toyota vehicles regarding possible unintended acceleration. 640 more words

Agency won't open probe into Toyota unintended acceleration

DETROIT (AP) – U.S. safety regulators have rejected an electrical engineer’s request to investigate low-speed unintended acceleration in Toyota and Lexus cars.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says three crashes cited in the engineer’s request are consistent with the driver mistakenly hitting the gas pedal instead of the brake. 83 more words

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