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In 2019, there were 966 safety recalls affecting more than 53 million vehicles and related equipment. All recalls are important and should be repaired.
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June 11, 2020: Doors may not securely close on certain Fiesta, Fusion, Mustang, Escape, C-Max, Focus, Transit Connect, Lincoln MKZ & MKC vehicles. These vehicles were previously recalled, however the repair may not have been completed properly.
May 28, 2020: The hood on certain 2013-2018 Nissan Altimas could unexpectedly open while the vehicle is being driven, because of an issue with a secondary hood latch. Some vehicles included in this recall were previously recalled and will need additional repairs.
March 20, 2019: 19 automakers and approximately 56 million Takata air bags in an estimated 41.6 million vehicles. These statistics will fluctuate as repairs are made and previously announced recall campaigns launch on a rolling basis.