GM Accidentally Gave 2,800 Vehicles The Wrong Seat Belts in Previous Recalls

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Scott McCracken
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Brown Chevy interior looking towards the steering wheel

GM did the right thing by recalling ineffective seat belts a few years back. It just would have been so much better if they used the right replacement parts. Now to be fair, only 2,800 of the over 1 million recalled vehicles ended up with the wrong pretensioner cable assemblies but considering the last recalls were in 2016 and 2018 this probably won't sit well with the owners driving around with the wrong seat belts for the last few years.

More About This GM Seat Belt Recall

  • This new recall covers the 2014-2016 Silverado 1500 and 2015-2016 Tahoe, as well as the 2014-2015 GMC Sierra 1500
  • In total there are about 2,568 recalled vehicles in the U.S. and 249 in Canada.
  • GM expects recall #N212330040 to begin on May 24th, 2021.
More information on carcomplaints.com

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