Fiat Chrysler Automobiles now has recalled 1.5 million older Ram pickup trucks because a defective lock mechanism allows the tailgate to drop suddenly.
Peterbilt Motor Co. has recalled its Model 520 used in refuse hauling and off-highway construction because melted wires can lead to a stall and crash.
Kenworth Truck Co. is recalling models with automated transmissions, tandem axles and a single parking brake that can lead to unexpected movement in cold temperatures.
Ford has recalled its new Ranger pickup for a second transmission-related issue, this time to tighten a shift cable to prevent a roll away.
General Motors has recalled hundreds of thousands of 2017-2019 medium-duty diesel trucks after engine block heater cable fires, but the automaker doesn’t yet have a fix.
Honda has recalled its Pilot SUV, Ridgeline pickup and several Acura models because a timing belt defect could cause a stall and crash.
Cummins Inc. has recalled more than 43,000 Navistar International Corp. medium-duty trucks and buses after seven fires related to engine heaters.
Volvo has recalled 2018-2020 models of its VNL and VNX heavy-duty trucks with sleeper cabs because the rear windows can fall out.
After two additional fires, Ford has issued a second recall for 327,000 trucks to disable an engine block heater cable until a replacement is available.
Navistar has recalled about 25,000 trucks from 2016 to 2020 because the exhaust pipe hangers can crack, allowing pipes to detach and fall onto the roadway.
General Motors has recalled 2016-2018 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 3500 HD pickups with dual fuel tanks because a sticking sensor may allow auxiliary tank overflow.
Daimler Trucks North America has recalled some 2018-2020 Freightliner Cascadias because optional steering wheel-mounted air bags have inadvertently deployed three times.