If you own a GM Sedan your going to want to make sure you read this recall that will be happening with 2010-2011 Sedans. There was also a recall in February as well if you did not see it as well. You will want to take your vehicle in for the recall so that they can be fixed and safe for your family.
GM said it received 27 reports of low-speed crashes caused by the problem, which affects only 2011-2012 models equipped with both the 1.4-liter turbocharged engine and six-speed automatic transmission
BMW is expanding a recall of diesel-powered X5 SUVs with fuel filter heaters that can switch on permanently, according to filings with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
On 2009 and 2010 X5 xDrive35d models, the fuel filter heaters, which heat the diesel fuel in cold temperatures, may have faulty electrical connections that can overload a transistor and drain the battery. At worst, a fire could result. A total of 3,660 models are affected in the United States. The original recall, issued in Aug. 2011, covered 2,120 models from 2009. BMW said it received at least 22 reports of faulty filters between late 2012 and mid-2013 on the later models, but no injuries or accidents were reported.
Thanks to MSN.com.