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March 2024 Automotive Recall News

March 2024 saw a notable number of vehicle recalls in the United States, highlighting ongoing safety concerns across various manufacturers. These recalls encompass a range of issues from electrical malfunctions to brake system inadequacies, affecting both passenger and commercial vehicles.

This is an quick overview of the March automotive recall news in America.

In this article, we will give a quick roundup of the automotive recalls in March, and advise what you can do if you suspect your vehicle is affected.

Which Vehicles Were Recalled in March?

These were some of the most notable vehicle recalls in March in the US.

Emergency Vehicles:

  • Recalls have been issued by the manufacturers of several emergency vehicles, such as makes and models by E-One and Spartan due to fire risks from electrical issues.


  • AAutocar has recalled certain 202-2024 DC (Legend) trucks for a malfunction in the low air pressure warning.

  • Several Paccar (Kenworth and Peterbilt) models were recalled for insufficient air brake volume and potential gear shifter issues.

  • Chrysler trucks and vans (various RAM models) were recalled for issues related to airbag deployment and seat belt warnings.

  • Daimler Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans were recalled for potential short circuits.

  • Ford has recalled certain 2020 Explorer SUVs and 2022-2023 Maverick Hybrid trucks for problems with rearview cameras, instrument panels, parking brakes and fuel tanks.

  • General Motors has recalled certain 2023 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon and Sierra pickup trucks for unintended automatic emergency braking (AEB) activation and faults in the electronic tailgate latch that could cause it to accidentally open.

  • Isuzu trucks were recalled for potential fire risks from faulty wiring that could cause electrical overload or loss of lights and safety systems.

  • Several Mack trucks (certain 2022-2024 Granite models) have been recalled for insufficient air volume in the brake system.


  • Over 6,500 Tesla EV models were recalled due to a factory reset that muted the Pedestrian Warning System (PWS) sounds, a feature critical for pedestrian safety in urban environments.

  • Kia Stinger and K900 vehicles were recalled for potential oil leaks leading to fire risk.

  • Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 were recalled for safety concerns with the side airbags that might explode and cause shrapnel injuries in the event of a crash.

  • Alfa Romeo Tonale and Dodge Hornet vehicles were recalled for incorrect weight labels affecting safety.

Always check the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website for recalls related to your specific vehicle and automaker.

This is not an exhaustive list so it is always a good idea to check the market data for the latest recall news on your specific vehicle. You can do this by visiting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website:

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