March 24, 2017—Wing Enterprises recalled Little Giant Liberty, Little Giant Velocity and Little Giant LT multipurpose ladders, because the ladder’s locking pins or rung fasteners might fail, which poses a fall hazard.
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March 24, 2017—Adaptive Sound Technologies recalled power adapters that were sold with LectroFan sound machines, because the power-adapter casing might break when the adapter is plugged into an electrical outlet and expose its metal prongs, which poses a shock hazard.
March 22, 2017—Riviana Foods recalled 610 cases of certain 16-ounce Ronzoni Thin Spaghetti cartons, because they might contain an egg fettuccine that isn’t listed on the label. People who have an allergy or sensitivity to eggs might have a serious or a life-threatening reaction when they eat the product.
March 22, 2017—Polaris Industries recalled its 2015–2016 Polaris Sportsman 850 and 1000 ATVs, because the right-side-panel heat shield might melt, which poses burn and fire hazards to riders. Also, in the affected 2015 Sportsman 1000 ATVs, the exhaust springs might stretch and damage the exhaust seal, which might cause exhaust leaks. As a result, this poses burn and fire hazards.
March 22, 2017—Thor Motor Coach recalled 2014–2015 Ace, challenger, Daybreak, Hurricane, Miramar, Outlaw and Windsport motor homes.
March 22, 2017—Maserati North America recalled 2017 Levante vehicles.
March 21, 2017—Kia Motors America recalled 2017 Niro vehicles.
March 20, 2017—Advanced Fresh Concepts Franchise recalled certain 8-ounce packages of Edamame–Soybeans in Pods, because they might be contaminated with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, which can cause serious and sometimes-fatal infections in people who have a weakened immune system.
March 17, 2017—Volkswagen Group of America recalled 2017 Audi A5 Cabriolet and S5 Cabriolet vehicles.
March 17, 2017—Volkswagen Group of America recalled 2007–2010 Touareg vehicles.
March 16, 2017—FCA U.S. recalled 2017 Fiat 500X vehicles.
March 16, 2017—Daimler Vans USA recalled 2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 and 3500 vehicles and Freightliner Sprinter 2500 and 3500 vehicles.
March 16, 2017—Hyundai Motor America recalled 2011–2014 Sonata and 2011–2015 Sonata Hybrid vehicles.
March 16, 2017—Ford Motor recalled 2017 Ford Mustang vehicles that were manufactured from Jan. 13, 2017, through Jan. 31, 2017.
March 15, 2017—Performance Designed Products recalled Energizer Xbox One 2X smart chargers, because they might overheat and damage the Xbox One video game controller, which poses a burn hazard.
March 13, 2017—REV Recreation Group recalled 2015–2016 American Coach American Heritage and American Tradition motor homes, 2015–2017 American Coach American Revolution and American Eagle motor homes, 2016 American Coach American Allegiance motor homes, 2016–2017 American Coach American Dream motor homes and 2017 Holiday Rambler Diplomat and Scepter motor homes.
March 13, 2017—REV Recreation Group recalled 2015 Fleetwood Bounder Classic motor homes, 2015–2016 Fleetwood Terra motor homes, 2016–2017 Fleetwood Storm, Holiday Rambler Admiral XE and Fleetwood Flair motor homes and 2017 Holiday Rambler Vacationer XE motor homes that have an Onan 5.5-kilowatt generator.
March 13, 2017—Nissan Motor America recalled 2012 Nissan Versa vehicles.
March 10, 2017—BMW of North America recalled the following models:
* 2011 x6 ActiveHybrid vehicles;
* 2011–2013 X5 xDrive35d, X5 xDrive35i, X5 xDrive50i and X5 M vehicles; and
* 2011–2014 X6 xDrive35i, X6 xDrive50i and X6 M vehicles.
March 10, 2017—Volkswagen Group of America recalled 2017 Beetle, Jetta and Jetta GLI vehicles.