Ford recall includes the F-150 pickup truck and Lincoln LT pickup trucks. The Ford recall comes after the company agreed to fix 150,000 F-150s in February, even though the government was pushing for a much larger recall.
Mercedes recall involves more than 136,000 M-Class vehicles. Problems with disengaging the cruise control led to the Mercedes recall.
Toyota recall affects 22,000 SUVs with specialty wheels and tires. Tire-pressure monitoring system triggered Toyota recall.
Ford says over 30 thousand vehicles need to be checked out, due to fuel leak issues and potential electrical wiring problems. The vehicles are part of recent Ford and Lincoln model years.
Toyota recall involves nearly 2.2 million vehicles. US government closes investigation with latest Toyota recall.
Ford recall involves 150,000 pickups. Federal government says 1.3 million F-150s should be part of the Ford recall because of an air-bag flaw.
Toyota recall: NASA says that the 'sticky' accelerator pedals that killed at least 50 people and led to a recall of nearly 8 million cars last year were not the result of faulty electronics.
Toyota recall of cars with 'sticky' gas peddles is not due to an electronic cause, government says after 10-month investigation.
Dodge Ram recall – make that recalls – affect almost 80,000 trucks, while a concurrent Dodge Journey recall pulls over 85,000 SUVs.
It was a year when contaminated eggs and McDonald's glasses found their way into the headlines. But the product fiascos of 2010 included everything from recalled cars and home appliances to food and medications. What was the year’s top recall? Read on: