Your Chevy could have an unfixed recall. Find out now!
In 2014, over 55 million cars were recalled in the United States. If you are driving a Chevrolet vehicle, CARFAX's free open recall alert will let you know if a recall has been issued on your car or alert you if a future recall is alerted on your vehicle. It takes just seconds to sign up at the form above and you can instantly check for recalls on your Chevy SUV, sedan, or pickup truck.
Chevrolet Recalls 2014: List of Major News
In June, 2014 GM announced the recall of 8.4 million vehicles worldwide. A problem with keys shifting in the ignition was cited as a problem, and had resulted in 3 known fatalities. Models affected include the 1997-2005 Chevrolet Malibu, the 2000-2005 Impala and Monte Carlo. More than half a million 2010-2014 Chevrolet Camaros were also included in this recall.
Check by VIN for Recalls
You can check to find out whether your specific Chevrolet car, truck, SUV, or crossover has an open safety recall. You can see if a safety recall has been reported as fixed in your vehicle's history. Open safety recalls affect a wide variety of components and systems on your car including the engine, brake system, steering, ignition, airbags, seatbelts, transmission, and even such things as brackets, control mechanisms and bolts. Keep your family safe by searching by VIN (your car's unique vehicle ID number) .
Use the form at the top of this page and don't wait to sign up. It's FREE on behalf of CARFAX.
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