The action is part of a much bigger recall affecting 1.6 million Toyotas.
The Toyota-built Vibe uses the now-infamously-faulty Takata airbags.
The root issue increases the risk of a fire.
General Motors says it has the parts to replace all affected Pontiac Vibes with the recalled Takata air bags; in contrast, Toyota is disabling the airbags of the similar Matrix.
Both models are affected by the Takata airbag recall.
There’s a new recall in town, boys and girls. This time, it has taken the form of 199,163 Pontiac Vibes that were manufactured between 2005 and 2008.
As the fallout from the Toyota recall proliferates, The General has avoided most of the shrapnel. It has, however, had to halt the sale of the remaining models of the[…]