Nissan's hood recall is this week's biggest; Honda, Jeep, Dodge among others

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The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has listed recalls for June 24- July 1, including a Nissan recall involving 322,671 vehicles and a Dodge recall involving 270,904 units. See the list of this week's car recalls involving ten or more units below, or search USA TODAY's automotive recalls database for more:

Ford

Ford Motor Co. is recalling 63,294 2022 Bronco and Ranger vehicles. The windshield may not have been properly bonded to the vehicle, which could allow it to detach during a crash. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 212, "Windshield Mounting." Read more

General Motors

General Motors, LLC is recalling 228 2022 Cadillac XT5, XT6 and GMC Acadia All-Wheel Drive vehicles. The fuel tank rollover valve may not provide a proper seal in the event of a rollover crash. Read more

GM also is recalling 736 2022 Cadillac XT5, XT6, and GMC Acadia vehicles. The left-rear suspension toe link may have been tightened improperly, which could result in a loose or separated toe link. Read more

Honda

Honda is recalling 1,740 2020-2022 GL1800 Gold Wing motorcycles equipped with manual transmissions. An ignition timing software error for the engine control unit may reduce engine performance, which can result in an engine stall. Read more

Honda also is recalling 112,060 2006-2014 Ridgeline vehicles that were sold, or ever registered in Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington D.C., and Wisconsin. An accumulation of road salt may cause the frame mounting surface, where the fuel tank mounting bands are attached, to corrode and possibly detach the fuel tank, which can result in a fuel leak. Read more

Kia

Kia Motors America is recalling 17,199 2021-2022 Sorento Hybrid and 2022 Sorento plug-in hybrid vehicles. In the event of a crash, the front driver-side and/or passenger-side seat belt pretensioner(s) may explode upon deployment. Read more

Nissan

Nissan North America is recalling 322,671 2013-2016 Pathfinder vehicles. On certain Pathfinder vehicles, the secondary hood latch may malfunction and remain in the unlatched, unsecured, position when the hood is closed. This could cause it to come open unintentionally, including while driving. Read more

Nissan also is recalling 180,176 2020-2022 Frontier and Titan vehicles. The transmission parking pawl may not engage when the vehicle is shifted into park, which can result in a vehicle rollaway. Read more

Stellantis

Stellantis, the parent of Chrysler brands, is recalling 270,904 2018-2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs. A malfunction in the antilock-brake system module may illuminate the brake lights, and allow the vehicle to start and shift out of park without the brake pedal being applied. Read more

Toyota/Subaru

Toyota Motor is recalling 661 2023 Subaru Solterra and Toyota BZ4X vehicles. The hub bolts on the wheels may loosen, causing a wheel to detach from the vehicle after low-mileage use. 661 units are affected. Read more

Toyota also is recalling 46,176 2022 Tundra and Tundra Hybrid vehicles. The flange nuts on the axle shaft subassemblies can loosen over time and potentially cause one or both axle shaft sub-assemblies to separate from the axle housing. Read more

To find more recalls for vehicles, groceries, consumer products and more, visit USA TODAY's searchable recalls database.

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