General Motors have recall 380,498 vehicles may not be tightened properly due to the rear suspension toe link adjuster, which may cause the toe link to loosen.The vehicles affected by the recall are Cadillac SRX Crossovers built between 2010 and 2016, and Saab 9-4X Crossovers manufactured in 2011 and 2012. Loose toe links may cause instability while driving, especially on highways.
The recall was carried out after the investigation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration After receiving the complaint SRX The driver shakes uncontrollably while driving. According to the agency, two accidents led to the crash. The improper procedure of tightening the toe link nut during the four-wheel alignment may cause corrosion of the adjustable part of the link and wear of the threads.
Advise owners of affected vehicles to stop cross If they encounter certain malfunction indicator warnings on the dashboard, or they feel unusual steering behavior while driving.According to the official statement National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Recall notice, Dealer The adjustable toe link will be replaced with the non-adjustable toe link for free. The letter is expected to be mailed to the owners of the affected vehicles on August 9, 2021.Or, the owner can call Cadillac Customer Service Hotline 1-800-458-8006 or Sabo Customer service hotline 1-800-955-9007 and reference recall number N212340980.
This is the second time many such vehicles have been recalled due to rear toe linkage problems. As early as September 2014, General Motors Announced the recall of 290,241 vehicles including SRX and 9-4X Model because “the nut in the rear suspension toe adjuster link may not be tightened to the correct specification.”