According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, General Motors has issued a recall for the 2005-2006 model year Chevrolet Corvette. The 40,028 affected ‘Vettes are equipped with a tilt and telescoping steering column.
In rare cases, repeated movement of the steering column may cause a signal interruption within the column and result in the “Service Active Handling System” error message. This could also cause one of the Corvette’s brakes to actuate and pull the entire vehicle to the left or the right, possibly resulting in an accident.
Even though General Motors has been completely silent on the entire topic as of this writing, NHTSA says that The General will notify owners and replace the defective parts free of charge. The recall is expected to begin on or about April 30, 2010. Owners of affected models should contact their local dealer or NHTSA for more information.
Here’s the contact info provided from NHTSA: