Japanese manufacturer Toyota is set to initiate a recall of over 1.5 million cars with faulty fuel pumps manufactured by Denso, which forms part of the Toyota Group. The pumps’ defects may cause the cars to stall, increasing the risk of a crash.
Stellantis is recalling Jeep Gladiators, Jeep Wranglers and RAM 1500s over an issue with the fuel pump. The pump could fail prematurely and keep fuel from reaching the engine. This may cause the vehicle to stall, which could result in a crash.
Mazda has recalled 121,038 cars that may stall due to a defective fuel pump. The defect increases the risk of an accident while driving.
Stellantis, which owns the RAM brand, has recalled 222,410 RAM trucks that may stall due to a defective high pressure fuel pump. The issue increases the risk of an accident and injury.
Toyota is recalling 31,307 2019-2020 Yaris cars with defective fuel pumps built by Denso, which is partially owned by Toyota. The pumps may cause cars to stall, upping the risk of a crash.
Honda is recalling over 600,000 cars with defective fuel pumps. The pump may crack and malfunction. causing the car to stall while moving.