GM Recalling Certain 2014-15 Pickups to Repair Seat Belts

Posted on 15. Apr, 2016 by in GM Canada

GM Recalling Certain 2014-15 Pickups to Repair Seat Belts






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OSHAWA – GM is recalling 108,163 indication year 2014-15 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 pickups in Canada since a stretchable steel wire that connects a chair belt to a car can tired and apart over time as a outcome of a motorist regularly tortuous a wire when entering a seat.

This emanate was detected by guaranty data, and there have been no reports of crashes, injuries or fatalities associated to this issue.

For trucks in a field, dealers will check a wire sleeve for wear and reinstate a tensioner if necessary. Dealers will also supplement a joint to reposition a tensioner, and cgange a side defense opening to yield some-more clearway for a tensioner.

The remember in Canada includes a stop-sale of approximately 349 new 2014 and 2015 indication year pickups still on play lots. Dealers will correct a vehicles before to delivering them to customers.

Customers will be told by General Motors. They also can demeanour adult their car marker series (VIN) during to see if their car is partial of a recall.

GM also will remember and correct these models in other countries where they are sold, including a United States, Mexico, and several countries in Latin America and a Middle East. The sum series of trucks to be removed globally is 1,037,982. The cost of a remember is not approaching to be poignant and is lonesome within normal and prevalent guaranty reserves.

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