April 5, 2001GM To Recall 6,000 Model Year
OH (SafetyAlerts) - General Motors
Corp. plans to recall 6,000 sport utility vehicles because of a safety concern over a
suspension part, according to a wire service story carried on Yahoo
The recall affects the 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer, 2002 GMC Envoy or 2002 Oldsmobile
Bravada. The company is advising consumers to stop driving the vehicles immediately.
"If the component failed, it could cause some concerns with vehicle control,"
Morrissey said. "We're asking customers to stop driving the vehicles and asking
dealers to pick up the vehicles and provide alternate transportation."
Morrissey said the part in question is on the lower control arm of the front suspension.
He said there have been no reports of accidents or injuries.
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