Chevrolet Silverado: Failure of the gas pressure reservoir of the head airbag

Worldwide, 455,857 Chevrolet Silverado vehicles manufactured between 2015 and 2016 will have to be returned to the workshop. The reason for the measure is a production deviation that can lead to the failure of the head airbag’s gas pressure reservoir. In Germany, 28 vehicles are affected.

The RRAB modules in question will be replaced in the workshop. The monitored recall is running under reference number “011580”, and the internal code is “N202324251 and N202309683”.

Recall details

Model:Silverado 1500, Silverado 2500, Silverado 3500
Year of manufacture:2015 – 2016
Production:2015 – 2016
Code:N202324251, N202309683

Source: KBA 011580

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