BMW is recalling about 2,800 cars because a circuit board can overheat and cause a fire.
Bombardier Motor Corp. is recalling about 3,300 of its Can-Am Spyder roadsters because a pin securing the brake pedal connecting rod can fall off, possibly resulting in a crash.
Dirt bikes with faulty gas tanks, dishwashers that can overheat, and cribs that could suffocate a child are among the consumer products recalled this week because of safety issues. Other products include bicycles with faulty suspension forks and utility vehicles with unreliable brakes.
Ford is recalling more than 140,000 Focus compact cars because the passenger side windshield wiper can fail.
Diamond Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling its Diamond Naturals Lamb Meal & Rice dry dog food because it may be contaminated with salmonella.
The following recalls have been announced.
Odwalla Inc. says it is voluntarily recalling its Odwalla Chocolate Protein Monster beverage because four customers who have peanut allergies experienced severe allergic reactions after drinking it.
Porsche is recalling more than 1,200 of its 911 Carrera S sports cars because a fuel line can come loose and cause a fire.
General Motors is recalling more than 6,000 big vans and SUVs because their steering can fail.
Faulty lacrosse helmets, overheating adjustable mattress parts, and potentially unreliable snowboard bindings are among the products recalled this week.
Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. said Wednesday that it’s recalling nearly 700,000 vehicles because of various problems.
Recalls issued for: Food service beverage cups and mugs imported by Carlisle FoodService Products, of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Honda grass trimmers distributed by American Honda Motor Company, of Torrance, Calif.; and children’s pajamas and sleepwear imported by Papa Bear Loungeabouts, LLC, of Los Angeles, Calif.
Goodyear is recalling six versions of its Wrangler Silent Armor tires over concerns that the tread could separate from the tire and cause accidents.
Recall-plagued Johnson & Johnson is pulling all infant Tylenol off the U.S. market because some parents have had problems with redesigned bottles, introduced three months ago, that the company touted as a big safety improvement to make measuring doses easier.
Snowmobiles that could be crash-prone, ottomans that may collapse and printers that can overheat and cause fires are among the items recalled this week.
A Minnesota food company is widening its recall of hard-cooked eggs because of a potential for listeria contamination.
Johnson & Johnson is recalling baby lotion that may have excess bacteria from stores in nine states.
Use the desk chairs or bicycles on this week’s list of recalled items, and you could find yourself on the ground.
A western Missouri meat company has expanded its recall to include 137 pounds of cooked head sausage.
Metal tissue holders contaminated with low levels of radioactive material may have been distributed to Bed, Bath & Beyond stores in more than 20 states including New York, federal regulators said Thursday.
State agriculture officials have ordered a western Missouri meat company to stop processing meat.
Heads of iceberg lettuce are being removed from grocery store shelves in at least six states after salmonella was found in an Arizona field adjacent to the grower’s property.
The following recalls have been announced: NAVIEN TANKLESS WATER HEATERS and POTTERY BARN MADELINE BED CANOPIES.
The following recalls have been announced: FRESH PACKAGED SPINACH & PAT O'BRIEN'S BLOODY MARY COCKTAIL MIX.
LEBANON (AP) — Wal-Mart has pulled a batch of powdered infant formula from its stores nationwide after a newborn Missouri boy who was given the formula became gravely ill with a suspected bacterial infection and died after being taken off life support, the retailer said Wednesday.
Swanson Health Products says it is recalling some packages of organic celery seed because it has the potential to be contaminated with salmonella.
Ford is recalling more than 128,000 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan sedans from the 2010 and 2011 model years because the wheels can fall off the cars.
A Missouri-based company is recalling three dry dog food products because of high levels of the fungus toxin aflatoxin.
Honda Motor Co. is recalling 304,000 vehicles globally for air bags that may inflate with too much pressure in a crash, send metal and plastic pieces flying and cause injuries or deaths.
A St. Louis-based produce company is recalling some grape tomatoes that could potentially be contaminated with salmonella.