How do I know if my Chevy has a recall?

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How do I know if my Chevy has a recall?

Even if your vehicle doesn’t appear here, please check this website at a later date if you believe your vehicle may be involved in a recently announced recall. For more information on the Takata Airbag Recall, you can go to or call 1-866-467-9700.

What Chevy vehicles have been recalled?

Recalls by Chevrolet Model

  • Blazer.
  • Bolt EV.
  • Camaro.
  • Colorado Crew Cab.
  • Corvette.
  • Equinox.
  • Express 2500 Cargo.
  • Express 3500 Cargo.

Do dealerships fix recalls for free?

The dealer will fix the recalled part or portion of your car for free. If a dealer refuses to repair your vehicle in accordance with the recall letter, you should notify the manufacturer immediately.

Who is responsible for car recalls?

Do I have to pay if my car is recalled? You should never be asked to pay if your car is affected by an active safety recall. These recalls have been put in place by the manufacturer and if your car is confirmed as affected, the workshop carrying out the repair will be paid directly by the manufacturer.

How long are Chevy recalls good for?

The statute of limitations for all no-charge recalls is 8 years from the original sale date of the vehicle. After that time, you may be required to pay if you wish to have the part or parts replaced or corrected.

How long does a manufacturer have to fix a recall?

A recall is good through the statute of limitations for up to ten years, with the exception of tire recalls which are valid for 60 days. However a car manufacturer is inclined to fix the issue even after those ten years have passed and most will give you no issues repairing the car.

Can a dealership refuse to do a recall?

no. They can’t refuse a recall. Call the manufacturer and they’ll force there hand. However some recalls HAVE to be done at the original dealership..

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