Do you have questions about a recent recall on your Chevrolet? Here you’ll find information about what recalls may be affecting your vehicle, how to make a free repair appointment online at Castle Chevrolet North, and get more insight on some of the commonly asked questions about automotive recalls.
Recall repairs will be completed at no cost to you. In order to ensure we have your recall parts in stock, contact us today to schedule your appointment
Not sure if your Chevrolet has a recall? Use GM free VIN check tool to look up recalls by your vehicle’s VIN
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It is your right as a vehicle owner or lessee to have your recall repaired free of charge. The manufacturer is required by law to completely cover the price of any recall on your vehicle; all it will cost you is the time for the repairs to be made. If you do find that your Chevrolet has an open recall, we would advise you to call and make an appointment at our Service Center right away. With cutting-edge equipment and a team of expert advisors and technicians; we will handle your recall quickly and accurately while following strict safety standards and guidelines. Visit us at Castle Chevrolet North today and we’ll have you driving again in no time!
A safety recall happens when the manufacturer or the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) determines that part of a vehicle is defective and the defect can affect the vehicle’s safety. Generally, a safety recall will be issued for specific vehicle models or specific parts that are common among many different vehicles. When this happens, the manufacturer notifies its authorized dealers and the owners who have registered the vehicle so the owner can take the vehicle to an authorized dealer for repair.
If your vehicle or part of its equipment is subject to a safety recall, it means the manufacturer or NHTSA has decided that a possible defect in your vehicle is a concern, and they want to make sure it never causes a safety issue. You can learn more about safety recalls by visiting GM’s recall page here.
Simply copy the VIN of the vehicle you are interested in and look it up using GM’s recall tool.