Manufacturing defects are problems with products that were not intended by the manufacturer and which occur through no fault or negligence on the manufacturer’s part. These are the most clear-cut cases of strict liability. Strict liability means that the manufacturer is liable, regardless of fault, simply because the damage is a consequence of the product. Examples of manufacturing defects would be cars with faulty breaking systems or bikes built with a crack in the frame. The consequences of these manufacturing defects would be both damage and injury, for which the manufacturer may be liable.