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Airbag inflator recall now includes all GMT900 trucks

Discussion in 'Interior' started by intheburbs, Nov 23, 2020.

  1. Doubeleive

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    if they are replacing the airbag over the glove box they do sort of have to touch the dash otherwise it will just break more, mine has a fine crack right where the airbag is, I have had it out it has clips that go into the dash although it is bolted in from below bagg.JPG
     
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    https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls

    Looks like there's no recall on mine either.
     
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    they really have not issued it all out yet the decision was just made about a week ago, I don't think GM has filed the public report yet. they have 60 days to notify everyone affected

    What if my car isn't recalled now? Could it be recalled later?

    Yes. Whether a manufacturer independently conducts a safety recall or NHTSA orders one, the manufacturer must file a public report describing the safety-related defect or noncompliance. Manufacturers are also required to notify owners by mail within 60 days of notifying NHTSA of a recall decision.
     
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    That's good to know. But with the # of vehicles affected, I have no doubt it will take a while to get replaced. I've heard of people with Toyotas waiting years for a recall.
     
  5. kbuskill

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    My Burb was made in Texas as well, and has Takata air bags and is therefore affected by the recall.
     
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    Well maybe this will fix my service airbag warning...
     
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    The most likely cause of the airbag light in these trucks is front crash sensor corrosion. I just replaced both in my 09 Denali. I probably have some time before the ones in the Suburban crap the bed because it's garaged and not a DD.
     
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