General Motors has recalled another group of faulty vehicles for issues regarding a less-than adequate transmission shift cable adjuster. NHTSA issued a release on the recall. The recall applies to 355 vehicles. The 2014 model-year Chevrolet Impala, Malibu, Cruze, and Traverse and the Buick Enclave, Regal, Lacrosse, Verano and the GMC Acadia are involved.
In the vehicles involved in the recall, the adjuster for the transmission shift cable may come loose from the transmission shift lever itself, causing failure to disengage gears, and confusion as to which gear the vehicle is actually in at the moment. Such a failure may cause the vehicle to be removed from its stationary position, unsafely “rolling” without control, potentially causing harm to both drivers and pedestrians as well.
The recall was slated to begin in late March. Chevrolet, Buick and GMC dealerships were to execute the aforesaid replacements free of charge to the owners.
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