Chevy pickup recall
General Motors is recalling over , trucks because of faulty roof-rail airbags. Though any such recall garners extra attention in the wake of the massive—and ongoing— Takata airbag recall , it should be noted that these are not Takata-supplied airbags, but come from Joyson Safety Systems. According to NHTSA, a separating end cap or inflator rupture could cause compressed gas to escape and send airbag or interior components into the vehicle. This obviously could result in a crash, however according to this report, no crashes are currently blamed on this recall. In fact, all three cases reported happened without passengers inside the cabin. The folks at GMC and Chevrolet will replace affected roof-rail airbag modules at no cost.
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This page is for personal, non-commercial use. Documents posted Friday by U. Documents say three inflators ruptured in Silverados last month, one in Florida and two in Texas. All three trucks were unoccupied at the time, and GM says it has no reports of injuries.
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The U. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has issued recalls for August 5 through 12, including a Subaru recall involving , units and a BMW recall involving 50, units. Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
General Motors said it will recall about , Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups from multiple model years to fix a variety of problems, including one that will have truck owners waiting for months for the replacement parts to come in. That recall involves , GMC Sierra , , , and Chevrolet Silverado , , and trucks from the through model years. These trucks could have their roof-rail airbag inflator end cap detach from the inflator, or the inflator sidewall may rupture. That would prevent the airbags from working properly and in some instances could send shrapnel into the passenger cabin, according to a document filed with the National Highway Traffic Administration. GM said that as of July 1, it was still waiting for replacement parts.