GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans

GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans

On March 1, 2011 one of Chevrolet dealerships notified the Detroit automaker about an incident that involved the steering wheel which had come loose from the steering column. As a result, a voluntary recall was issued by GM, on certain Cruze vehicles. From a report released by GM, it appears that the steering wheel was improperly fastened during its manufacturing and the risk was that it could detach from the steering column. General Motors sent a filing to the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration, in which they noted that the affected assembly plant would help shipment of no more than 2,021 Cruze vehicles until the inspection for the potential problem was finished. They also added, in their notification, that the inspection found no additional problems with the steering wheels on those cars. Even more, the dealers have the task of verifying all unsold vehicles prior to sale and according to GM's reports, no additional abnormalities had been found to date. However, a total of 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze sedans have been recalled, just as a precaution measure. The safety recall is likely to begin in April. The steering wheel of these cars is subject for inspection. Those owners who are concerned can contact Chevrolet at 1-800-630-2438.


GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans image GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans image
GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans image GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans image
GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans image GM is recalling 2,100 Chevrolet Cruze Sedans image