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Victoria Premium Automobiles Ltd.
1859 Blanshard Street
Victoria, BC V8T 4H9
Phone: 250-380-0581 | Fax: 250-380-0823
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Sunday and Monday By Appointment Only

Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database - Canada

Please note that not all vehicles in a certain make, model and model year group are subject to a given safety related recall. This is because the problem may have been corrected in production before the vehicle in question was manufactured, or, the vehicle may have a different engine / powertrain configuration / optional equipment, or it may have been manufactured in a different plant, as examples. Not all vehicles within a specified Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) range may be involved. Thus the description of the problem detailed on the Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database generally starts with the words: “On certain vehicles…”. It is recommended that owners contact the manufacturer or their local dealer to verify whether or not their vehicle is involved in a specific recall. 

Receive the latest information on defects that may affect the safe operation of a vehicle, tire or child car seat.
  1. Certain vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of CMVSS 205 - Glazing Materials. The glass manufacturer may have failed to fully temper the front door window glass during the manufacturing process. If...
  2. On certain vehicles, the auxiliary water pump (which cools the turbocharger after the engine is turned OFF) can overheat and fail. This could result in a vehicle fire causing injury and/or damage to property....
  3. On certain vehicles, long-term exposure to high absolute humidity and temperature, combined with high temperature cycling, could eventually degrade the propellant contained in the driver frontal airbag. This could...
  4. Certain vehicles may have been built with defective front seat head rest guide sleeves. This could result in the head rest(s) not locking properly which, in the event of a crash, could cause a head rest to come...
  5. On certain vehicles, there is a potential for contact between the pass through power stud and the bulkhead, which could result in electrical arcing. This could increase the risk of fire causing injury and/or damage...
  6. On certain motorhomes built on a Freightliner Chassis, if the headlight high beams are activated, only the high beam bulbs illuminate. The intention of the high beam function on the affected coaches is to have both...
  7. Certain side-by-side off-road vehicles may experience a single cylinder misfire. Should the vehicle continue to be driven with that condition, the increased exhaust temperature may cause the plastic muffler...
  8. On certain buses equipped with seat belts for the passenger seats, the outer casing of the seat belt buckles may fail, slide down and uncover the buckle mechanism. The exposed seat belt buckles may reduce the seat...
  9. On certain travel trailers, an improper circuit breaker for the microwave/water heater circuit may have been installed. If the circuit breaker is incorrect, the microwave/water heater circuit could overheat, which...
  10. Certain motorhomes may not comply with Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations. The rear axle Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) listed on the certification label may exceed the GAWR assigned to the vehicle by the...
  11. On certain vehicles built with a Cummins ISX12 engine, the cab lift hydraulic hoses may not have been routed or secured properly. Over time, if the hoses were to come in contact with the starter power stud or...
  12. On certain vehicles equipped with diesel engines, the brake switch retaining tab may not have been fully secured into the steel brake pedal assembly bracket, and could allow for the switch and retainer to detach...
  13. On certain motorhomes, there may be a loose electrical connection in the breaker box that was not properly tightened. A loose power connection may cause a build up of heat at the connection, which would increase the...
  14. Certain vehicles may have been built with reduced corrosion protection on the left rear under body ladder rail. This could cause the affected area to corrode prematurely, which could result in the left rear seat...
  15. On certain vehicles originally sold, or currently registered in areas of heavy road salt usage during winter months (Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland & Labrador),...
  16. On certain motorhomes, the latch on entry door to the coach may not engage properly. This could allow the door to open unexpectedly when the vehicle is in transit, which could increase the risk of injury....
  17. On certain motorcycles, the cell pouches within the battery packs may wear against their holders, which may lead to a breach of their outer layers, potentially allowing humidity to penetrate the pouch. Should...
  18. On certain vehicles, the rear outboard seats may have had seat belts improperly routed around the rear seat bolster bracket during the manufacturing process. In the event of a crash, improperly routed seat belts may...
  19. On certain motorcycles, electrical components within the right hand switch cube may develop corrosion over time. This could result in an electrical short in the cube that may lead to the motorcycle starting without...
  20. On certain vehicles, the pinch bolt on the clamp for the adjustable length drag link may not have been properly tightened. This could result in the joint to experience premature wear and fail, which could cause a...
  21. On certain vehicles equipped with a 2.0L TFSI engine, the electric coolant pump could experience a short circuit and/or overheat. A short circuit or overheating of the pump could increase the risk of a fire causing...
  22. Hyundai Auto Canada is conducting a parts recovery campaign targeting 2009 Elantra vehicles built between February 4th and February 19th, 2009. Owners of subject vehicles will be notified by mail and the driver...
  23. Certain travel trailers may have been assembled without a protective barrier in the fuel station to prevent fuel absorption into the main floor. Without the protective barrier, there is an increased risk of the main...
  24. On certain motor coaches, the rear left hand side window is mounted using adhesive and fasteners that may not have been installed correctly during assembly. Under certain circumstances the rear side window could...
  25. On certain motor coaches, the rear left hand tail lamp harness branch of the engine compartment wiring harness may chafe against the engine coolant tank. If this occurs, the chaffing could damage the wires and cause...

Victoria Premium Automobiles Ltd.
1859 Blanshard Street
Victoria, BC V8T 4H9
Phone: 250-380-0581
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 7:00 pm Sunday and Monday By Appointment Only