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Performance 8
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Fuel Economy 10
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Malus it's a good ride December 06, 2017
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ithis car is amazing , it have a good fuel economy , the comfort is excellent , the price for the part are really cheap.
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Recall Information

Recall number
Recall date
System affected
Model year(s) affected
Recall number
2006-181
Recall date
2006-07-18
System affected
Engine
Model year(s) affected
2001 2002
Manufacturer Recall Number:
611
Units Affected:
14,975
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, improper manufacturing of the Crankshaft Position Sensor body could cause engine oil to penetrate the seal and enter the sensor wiring connector. In addition, the wire harness connector may not be sufficiently attached to the locking tab of the sensor wiring connector. Engine oil inside the sensor wiring connector could cause expansion due to the heat of the engine and could deform the sensor wiring connector. In the worst case, the connector may become disconnected, which could cause the engine to stall while driving and not be able to be restarted. Correction: Dealers will replace the Crankshaft Position Sensor.
Recall number
2004-335
Recall date
2004-09-14
System affected
Brakes
Model year(s) affected
2000
Manufacturer Recall Number:
417
Units Affected:
28,543
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, the recess that retains the rubber seal ring, which is located at the end of the brake master cylinder body, may be corroded due to an improper washing process. In this condition, brake fluid may leak from the seal, or a small amount of air may enter the master cylinder, which could lead to an increase in stopping distance. Correction: After inspection, if a brake fluid leak from the master cylinder is detected or there is air in the master cylinder, the dealer will replace the master cylinder and the brake booster.
Recall number
2002-179
Recall date
2002-10-02
System affected
Brakes
Model year(s) affected
2001 2002
Manufacturer Recall Number:
209
Units Affected:
27,351
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles driven under repeated start and stop operation in extremely low ambient temperatures and in deep snow, there is a possibility that snow may accumulate in large quantities inside the rear wheel and freeze. Due to the shape of the rear brake tubes, the snow frozen inside the wheel may contact the rear brake tube during wheel rotation. In the worst case, if this condition occurs frequently, the rear brake tube could be damaged, which could result in leakage of brake fluid, causing a decrease in brake effectiveness. Correction: Dealers will replace the rear brake tubes.
Recall number
2001-242
Recall date
2001-10-10
System affected
Brakes
Model year(s) affected
2000
Manufacturer Recall Number:
RAWP-0153
Units Affected:
17,175
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
Certain passenger vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. Due to a unique combination of conditions, which consist of cold ambient temperatures, load applied from air conditioner and other electrical devices, and immediately after starting the engine, there is a possibility that the vacuum in the intake manifold could be insufficient for the brake booster. When the brake is applied under this combination of conditions, vacuum assist to the brakes would decrease, and the increased pedal pressure required could lead to an increase in vehicle stopping distance. Correction: dealers will replace the brake booster and front brake pads.
Recall number
2000-199
Recall date
2000-09-18
System affected
Brakes
Model year(s) affected
2000
Manufacturer Recall Number:
103
Units Affected:
13,542
Notification Type:
Safety Mfr
On certain vehicles, When driven at highway speed in extremely low temperatures, without engine warm up, condensed moisture from a Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) port may seep toward the brake vacuum port inside the intake manifold and start to freeze. If accumulated ice plugs the port, vacuum assist to the brakes will be lost and the increased brake pedal pressure required could lead to an increase in stopping distance. Correction: Vacuum port will be repaired by removing the clearance at the top of the separator between the brake vacuum port and the PCV expansion room of the intake manifold.
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