General Motors’ Australian subsidiary, Holden, is recalling the Malibu midsize sedan over an issue with the rear seat belts.
The defect: a pivot pin inside the twin buckle assembly for the right-hand rear and rear centre seatbelts may not have been assembled correctly and may translate sideways.
The hazards: should the pivot pin translate sufficiently, the right-hand rear or rear centre seatbelt buckles may detach from their anchor plate. This may render the affected seatbelt unable to restrain an occupant, posing an increased risk of injury during a crash event.
Affected vehicles: 2015 Holden Malibu
- Affected Build Range: KL3GA69U9FB071986 – KL3GA69U9FB076417
- Affected Production Dates: July 9, 2015 – July 13, 2015
Number of vehicles affected: not specified.
Owners should: customers should expect a letter from Holden informing them of this Holden Malibu recall.
Owners can also contact Holden customer service with questions by using the following information.
- Holden Customer Service:
- PRA Number: 016/15531