Chevrolet is recalling 1,534 GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Silverado pickup trucks equipped with the manual-operated passenger seat in 2022.
The recall is effective immediately, affecting approximately 1,839 vehicles. GM has determined all vehicles do not meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) No. As a result, as of Oct. 19, 2022, General Motors LLC (GM) has issued 29 recalls on specific Chevrolet vehicles since 2018 for safety concerns.
Once General Motors LLC (GM) has identified the production flaw, they will issue a recall for all Chevrolet vehicles in the specific model.
Chevrolet is likely to have additional information on when your car is scheduled to be recalled, and may tell you the reason why General Motors LLC (GM) is recalling specific cars.
If General Motors LLC (GM) is recalling a Chevrolet Silverado, GM will inform owners and dealers that a recall order has been issued through a notification letter to the owner.
Most General Motors (GM) recalls that impact a Chevy Silverados year and model also impact the same year and model of GMC Sierra, and vice versa.
If the Chevrolet Silverado or GMC Sierra recalls impact your vehicle, contact your GM-authorized dealer to have your vehicle fixed.
Check whether the GMC Sierra or Chevy Silverado recall applies to your vehicle by entering your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) – found on your registration and in the drivers-side door — on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations website.
General Motors expanded the General Motors Regional Recall to cover an additional 553,000 vehicles in December due to a potential issue with its anti-lock brake system, and increased the number of states covered by the Regional Recall to 20.
For those covered by the recall, Chevrolet and GMC dealers removed anti-lock brake sensors and cleaned the wheels-bearing housings. General Motors in August recalled 804,000 full-size pickup trucks and SUVs across 14 states for a problem that is been documented.
As a result, GM has had to recall a lot of those vehicles, which has put the companys reliability at issue. On October 27, the GM Field Safety Division decided to implement the recall in order to address 338 violations of Federal standards.
Immediately following the decision to conduct a recall, on March 3, 2022, representatives from GMC HUMMER proactively reached out to affected customers and made arrangements for taillight replacements to be performed on all vehicles
it is also recalling 39 Chevrolet Silverado 4500HD, 5500HD, and 6500HD model years of trucks with bodywork. Joe from Howell took his 2002 Silverado, equipped with 11, to a dealership Jan. 10 to get it recalled for brake issues. He said 4 brake rotors were not covered by warranty or the regional recall from General Motors, Joe in Howell wrote.
3 thoughts on “The 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Has 5 Units Recalled By Gm”