On certain vehicles, the fuel pump terminal on the fuel sending unit can develop a crack. When exposed to heavy concentrations of road salt in the winter, if road salt enters the crack, the terminal strip will corrode and eventually could break due to corrosion. This will cause the fuel pump to stop operating and will result in not being able to start the engine or cause the engine to stop running without warning. Correction: Dealer will replace the fuel sender unit.
On certain four wheel drive vehicles, water may enter the rear axle housing due to inadequate sealing of the ABS sensor in the axle housing. This may result in corrosion and eventually failure of the wheel bearing. If this occurs, the wheel assembly could separate from the vehicle. Correction: Dealer will inspect the rear axle for water intrusion and replace any affected components. The ABS sensor will be resealed to prevent water intrusion.
On certain vehicles, the fuel tank inlet shutter valve may not meet the sealing performance specification. Under certain conditions, fuel may spill from the filler inlet as the tank is being filled. Correction: Dealer will replace the fuel tank inlet shutter valve.
Certain vehicles do not comply with Regulation 6 - Statement of Compliance. The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) and Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) on the compliance label are expressed in pounds rather than kilograms as required by the regulation. Correction: Revised labels and installation instructions will be provided to owners of affected vehicles.