2014 Acura RLXThe Problem: Some rear suspension bolts may not have been tightened properly during the assembly process. This means that the bolts could loosen over time and fall out which could affect the alignment of the rear suspension. No crashes or injuries have been reported from this issue.
The Fix: Starting in January 2014, Acura dealers will replace and properly tighten the rear suspension bolts at no charge to owners.
Number of Vehicles Potentially Affected: 7387 Acura RLX vehicles in the U.S.
2014 Mercedes-Benz S550The Problem: The front seat belt anchor may not have been installed correctly, which means that the anchor could come loose in a crash. In this case, occupants may not be properly secured by the seatbelt which increases the risk of injury.
The Fix: Dealers will inspect the seat belt anchor to determine if it is installed correctly. If not, the anchor will be replaced free of charge.
Number of Vehicles Potentially Affected: 290 2014 Mercedes-Benz S550 models in the U.S. manufactured between April 2013 and October 2013.
2013 BMW X3The Problem: A tear seam on the instrument panel may not have been assembled correctly, which could affect airbag deployment in a crash. Not only could this affect airbag effectiveness, but it is also possible for parts of the airbag system to strike passengers in a crash.
The Fix: Dealers will replace the instrument panel in affected models free of charge.
Number of Vehicles Potentially Affected: 3 2013 BMW X3 xDrive 28i/35i models.