ARFC Auto Recalls for Consumers - Providing you with the most up-to-date car recalls & recall notices from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and
the Office of Defects Investigation (ODI). Browse or search our comprehensive auto recall database to find the most complete & current
recall information available online.
Latest Car Recalls by the NHTSA
4/19/2017 - 2016 TESLA MODEL S
- (About 31,472 Vehicles affected)
Tesla, Inc. (Tesla) Is Recalling Certain 2016 Model S And Model X Vehicles. The Electric Parking Brake Calipers Have An Internal Gear That May Be Improperly Manufactured, Possibly Resulting In The Gear Fracturing During Parking Brake Application Or Release.Recall also affects the 2016 TESLA MODEL X
4/11/2017 - 2017 MERCEDES E300
- (About 58,323 Vehicles affected)
Mercedes-Benz Usa, Llc. (Mbusa) Is Recalling Certain 2016 Gle300d 4Matic, E400 4Matic Coupe, Gl63 Amg, Gle350, Gle350 4Matic, Gle350d 4Matic, Gle400 4Matic, Gle43 Amg Coupe 4Matic, Gle550e 4Matic, Gle63 Amg 4Matic, Gle63s Amg 4Matic And Gle63s Amg Coupe 4Matic Vehicles, 2017 E300 4Matic And Gls63 Amg 4Matic Vehicles, And 2016-2017 Gl350 4Matic Bluetec, Gl450 4Matic, And Gl550 4Matic Vehicles. The Affected Vehicles Have An Electric Power Steering Connector That May Be Insufficiently Sealed, Allowing Water To Enter The Control Unit.Recall also affects the 2016 MERCEDES E400 2016-2017 MERCEDES GL350 2016-2017 MERCEDES GL450 2016-2017 MERCEDES GL550 2016 MERCEDES GL63 2016 MERCEDES GLE550E 2017 MERCEDES GLS63
The Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) is an office from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
(NHTSA). The ODI investigates defects & issues safety recalls to support the NHTSA's objective to improve highway safety in the United States.
NHTSA can order manufacturers to issue recalls & repair vehicles when an ODI investigation finds a serious safety defects in their design, construction, or performance. Before starting an investigation, the ODI will review the body of consumer complaints and other data to see if a trend exist. You can
contact the Office of Defects Investigation at:
1200 New Jersey Ave, SE, Washington, DC 20590. (202) 366-3348
1 Information for the recall database was provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) - Updated: Wednesday, April 26, 2017