On certain vehicles, a combination of a low battery condition and fuel in the upper intake manifold while the ignition key is activated at engine start could cause an elevated rate of manifold over-pressurization events. The operator may experience a loud bang / intake backfire that could rupture the intake manifold, resulting in emitting dust from under the hood and a no-start condition. If this event were to occur, and if an ignition source were present, an engine compartment fire could occur. Correction: Dealer will replace the fuel pressure regulator.
On certain vehicles, the emergency trunk release handle may be forced out of the proper position. A person trapped in the trunk may not be able to release the trunk latch using the emergency trunk release handle. Correction: Dealers are to secure the emergency trunk release cable.
Certain vehicles do not comply with CMVSS 104 - Windshield Wiping and Washing Systems. Malfunctioning microprocessor may cause a "latch-up" condition in the wiper system controller. If this occurs, the operator will not be able to operate the system in both the low and high-speed modes required by the standard. Correction: Dealers will replace the windshield wiper motor cover which contains the microprocessor..
Certain vehicles may have internal fluid leaks in the brake hydraulic control unit. When the rear brake proportioning, antilock brake, traction control, or stability control feature is activated in some driving situations, the feature may not perform as designed and the driver could lose vehicle control. Correction: ABS hydraulic modulator unit will be inspected and replaced if necessary.