Ford Motor Co. is recalling over 634,000 SUVs worldwide because a cracked fuel injector can spill fuel or leak vapors onto a hot engine and cause fires.
The CPSC has been made aware of 68 incidents where infants slipped through the rings.
Consumers who purchased these pajamas are subject to a refund.
The automaker had reached out over 100 times.
The glitch can make taillights go off intermittently, increasing the risk of a collision.
The recall of Ram 2500 and Ram 3500 trucks covers some models released between 2020 and 2023.
People with these strollers should stop using them immediately and call Mockingbird to get a free frame kit.
The recall covers certain 2021 Chevrolet Tahoes and Suburbans, as well as some GMC Yukons and Cadillac Escalades.
In rare cases, the power steering system could stop functioning properly while driving on rough roads or hitting a pothole.
There have been five reported incidents relating to the recall.
About 518,000 steamers are being recalled because approximately 32 burn injuries have been reported, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Stellantis and the U.S. government are warning owners of 276,000 older vehicles to stop driving them after Takata air bags apparently exploded in three more vehicles, killing the drivers.
The new recall involves 44,000 2018 Santa Fe Sport models. Officials said owners should park their vehicles outside and away from structures until repairs are made.
The FDA-recalled quinapril and hydrochlorothiazide tablets were shipped to customers nationwide in May 2021.
Philips initially estimated it could repair or replace the units within a year. But with the recall expanding to more than 5 million devices, it now says the effort will stretch into next year.
Kia Sportages from the 2008 and 2009 model years have been recalled for a second time due to fire risks. The auto company is telling car owners to park away from buildings and other cars until they determine the cause of the issue.
The products specifically mentioned in the recall include scented multi-surface cleaners with “Lavender Clean,” “Sparkling Wave” and “Lemon Fresh” scents.
Recalled Unilever products were distributed nationwide.
The problem was discovered after Bob Evans received complaints reporting thin blue pieces of rubber in the product.
No other Nestlé Toll House products are included in recall.