The General Motors Recall: Includes Numerous Chevy, Cadillac, and Buick Vehicles
Recently, General Motors has announced its recall of 3,317 model year 2020 Chevrolet Corvettes and Cadillac CT4s, CT5s, and XT4s, model year 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazers, and model year 2020-2021 Buick Encore Gxs.
According to reports, the sensor connection contamination in the vehicle’s electronic brake boost system may hinder the communication between the sensor and the brake boost system.
Once a communication interruption occurs with the sensor, the electronic brake boost assist could be lost. Thus, the operator will be required to muster an extra pedal force to slow and stop the vehicle. If this happens, it also increases the chance of a crash.
Are you an owner of any of the recalled vehicles mentioned above? Have you experienced any issues? Tell us your thoughts on this recall.
What You Need To Do
General Motors confirmed that they will inform the owners about this recall. Meanwhile, dealers will take charge of replacing the electronic brake boost module free of charge.
This recall is set to start on November 9, 2020.
Meanwhile, for owners who may have other concerns, they may call Chevrolet customer service at (800) 630-2438, Cadillac customer service at (800) 333-4223, or Buick customer service at (800) 521-7300. The General Motor’s number for this recall is A202307260.
Editor’s note on The General Motors Recall:
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