Honda, Ford, BMW among 199,000 vehicles recalled: Check car recalls here

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued multiple recalls over the last week, including notices for over 187,000 Honda Ridgeline trucks recalled for a rearview camera issue.

Are you looking to see if any recalls were issued on your vehicle? If the car isn't listed below, owners can check USA TODAY’s automotive recall database or search NHTSA’s database for new recalls. The NHTSA website allows you to search for recalls based on your vehicle identification number or VIN.

Here is what you need to know about the vehicle recalls published by NHTSA from May 12 to May 18.

Honda recalls: Over 187,000 Honda Ridgeline trucks recalled over rearview camera issue

BMW recall for seatbelt malfunction

BMW is recalling 3,256 of its 2024 and 2025 vehicles. In the NHTSA report, the luxury manufacturer said the seat belt system may not detect that the passengers in the vehicle are belted. As a result, the seat beat warning light will not illuminate and can cause the supplemental restraint system (SRS) to not deploy properly during a crash. When a seat belt warning light does not alert the driver that their passengers are unbelted or the SRS system fails to deploy, it can increase the risk of injury in a crash.

As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 208, "Occupant Crash Protection," the NHTSA report said.

To resolve this issue, dealers will inspect and replace the front seat lower seat belts as necessary. All services will be completely for free. Notification letters are expected to be sent on July 5. Owners may contact BMW customer service at 1-800-525-7417.

Recalled BMW vehicles:

  • 2024 XM

  • 2025 X5 sDrive40i

  • 2025 X5 xDrive40i

  • 2025 X5 M60i

  • 2025 X5 M

  • 2025 X5 xDrive50e

  • 2025 X6 xDrive40i

  • 2025 X6 M60i

  • 2025 X6 M

  • 2025 X7 xDrive40i

  • 2025 X7 M60i

  • 2025 Alpina XB7

Ford recall over software error that disrupts the drive power

Ford is recalling 8,727 of its vehicles. The hybrid powertrain control module (HPCM) software may cause the vehicle to shift into neutral unexpectedly which can cause a loss of drive power. When a driver loses the ability to control the drive power, it will increase the risk of a crash, the NHTSA report said.

Mechanics will update the HPCM software for free at the dealer. Recall notification letters are expected to be sent on May 23. Owners may contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. Ford's number for this recall is 24S33.

Recalled vehicles: 

  • 2020-2022 Ford Escape

  • 2021-2022 Lincoln Corsair

  • 2022-2024 Ford Maverick

Honda recalls Ridgelines for rearview camera malfunction

Honda is recalling 187,290 of its 2020-2024 Ridgeline trucks. In the NHTSA report, the motor company said the rearview camera tailgate wire harness may become obsolete and break. This will prevent the rearview camera image from displaying. If a rearview camera does not display the image of the objects next to the vehicle’s rear, it can increase the risk of a crash.

As a remedy to resolve the issue, mechanics will replace the rearview camera tailgate wire harness. All services for the recalled vehicle will be completed for free. Notification letters are expected to be delivered by July 1. Owners may contact Honda service at 1-888-234-2138. Honda's number for this recall is YI7.

Recalled vehicles: 

  • 2020-2024 Honda Ridgeline

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