Ford Mustangs, F-Series and Chevrolet pickups among latest auto recalls

US National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration listed the recalls for June 2-9. Check out this week’s list of car recalls involving 10 or more vehicles below, or search USA TODAY’s Automotive Recalls Database for more:


Volkswagen Group of America is recalling 72 2022 Audi A6 Sedan, A4 Sedan, Q5 and Q5 Sportback vehicles. The semiconductor inside the engine control unit may short out and cause the engine to stall. Read more


Ford Motor Co. is recalling 25,032 2019-2020 Mustangs equipped with 5.0-litre engines and manual transmissions. The powertrain control module can broadcast an unintended faulty signal to the modules controlling the rear view camera, reverse light, and driver assist functions, which can disable all of these functions. Read more

Ford is also recalling certain 2022 E-Series F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550, F600 and 2023 F-Super Duty vehicles. In addition, certain 2016 E-Series, 2017 F-450 and 2019, 2021 F-350 and 2021 Transit that received a reprinted label are included in this recall. A total of 5,247 vehicles are affected. Safety certification labels miss tire size, rim type and tire pressure values ​​for front and rear axles. As such, these vehicles do not meet the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Numbers 110, “Selection of Tires and Rims”, and 120, “Wheels and Rims – Other Than Passenger Cars”. Read more

General Engines

General Motors is recalling 1,534 2022 GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado pickup trucks equipped with a manual passenger seat. The front passenger seat may have a hook that has not been properly welded, allowing it to separate from the inner seat frame rail. Read more

General Motors is also recalling 39 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD, 5500HD and 6500HD Truck Chassis Cabs. The primary hydraulic brake line assembly pressure sensor fitting may not be tightened properly, which could result in a brake fluid leak. Read more


Honda is recalling 212 2020 CR-V vehicles. The canister clip inside the fuel tank has not been properly secured and may come loose, which may cause an inaccurate fuel gauge reading. Read more

To find more vehicle recalls, groceries, consumer products and more, visit USA TODAY’s searchable recalls database.

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