GM Tells Dealerships to Stop Selling 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Cruzes Due to Air Bag Issue
For the second time this year, GM has ordered car dealerships to stop the sale of 2013 and 2014 Chevrolet Cruzes due to defective air bags. GM has identified 33,000 vehicles in the US and Canada that may have been built with parts from the bad batch from their air bag supplier, Takata. The issue stems from that the driver’s air bag inflator module was installed with the wrong part. According to USA Today “A major factor in the size and expansion of the propellant recalls has been admitted bad record keeping by Takata, which has made it difficult to identify the vehicles that might have the suspect inflators.”
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This is the second stop-sale order on the Cruze this year. The first was in March. First GM ordered a stop of 2013 and 2014 models with the 1.4-liter engine. It was followed a few days later with a recall of nearly 175,000 of the cars for a potentially defective right front axle shaft.
This is just the latest black mark in a record year for GM recalls. GM has been involved in multiple investigations, recalls and hearings since February starting with defective ignition switches in older model vehicles.
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