Active defect investigations of vehicles, tires and child car seats

If you are having a safety-related problem with your vehicle, your tires or a child car seat, complete the defect complaint form.

List of active defect investigations

This table lists active Transport Canada defect investigations. We investigate to find out if there are actual safety-related defects within the associated group of motor vehicles, tires and child car seats.

Transport Canada file no.

Year, make, model

Potential safety-related defect

Date opened

3280-07-49

2015-2022 recreational vehicles that have a Winntec or WIC model number 6020 propane regulator and that are not already included in one of the safety recall campaigns listed below:

2021-328, 2021-364, 2021-367, 2021-368, 2021-369, 2021-388, 2021-398, 2021-536, 2021-552, 2021-562, 2021-563, 2021-564, 2021-569 and 2022-040.

Propane (LPG) regulator failure creating a risk of fire

2022-03

3280-09-28

BRP Can-Am Spyder RT & F3
2015-2019

Loss of propulsion due to failure of the belt transmission’s front sprocket

2022-01

3280-04-80

Kia Forte
2014-2017

Rear brake line failure due to corrosion

2021-11

3280-11-39

Nissan Rogue
2014-2018

Corrosion in main harness (M74) to body harness (B42) connector resulting in electrical short and vehicle fire

2020-07

3280-40-11

Evenflo Symphony car seats
2011-2018

Evenflo SafeMax car seats
2016-2018

Frayed harness straps

2019-04

3280-09-24

Ford Fiesta
2011-2016

Ford Focus
2012-2016

Loss of Propulsion in Vehicles Equipped with the DPS6, Dual-Clutch PowerShift Six-Speed Automatic Transmission

2016-11

3280-38-10

Hyundai Elantra
2009

Other Vehicle Makes and Models

The Driver Airbag Inflator Produced by ARC Automotive, Inc. May Rupture During Frontal Airbag Deployment Resulting in Metal Fragments Being Propelled into the Passenger Compartment

2016-07

3280-03-63

Ford F-150
2011-2014

Loss of Electric Power Steering Assist

2015-11