GM Recalls 895,000 Chevrolet
GM Recalls 895,000 Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra Trucks for Seatbelt Issues.
Almost 900,000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 pickup TRUCKS are subject to a recall to repair a flaw with the front SEAT seatbelts.
The issue relates to some steel cable which links the vehicle and the seatbelt; the cord curves when the driver entering the seat and leaves, and will separate from your car as time passes. The fix, to be performed totally free at dealers, entails INSTALLING a fresh pusher mount for the tensioner, enlarging side shield opening is ’sed by the seat, and, sometimes, replacing the seatbelt tensioner assembly. Prior to the TRUCKS can be purchased dealers will repair all unsold stock. The flaw was discovered through guarantee information, and GM asserts that there are not any reports of any crashes, injuries, or fatalities associated with the seatbelt flaw.
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