Recall Information Related to Your Vehicle

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What to do if your vehicle has a recall:

  • Recall repairs are free and can be performed by a local dealership of the same make.  Use the internet to locate a dealer near you and speak to a Service Department service advisor who can review the recalls that appear on this results page.
  • Some recalls, especially those related to the Takata airbag, are considered high risk and a significant safety risk.  Please consult with the service advisor whether it is safe for you to drive the vehicle.  Do not assume that the vehicle is safe to drive for any amount of time, including the time it takes for you to drive to the dealership for repairs.
  • Ask the service advisor whether the parts are in stock to repair those listed recalls.  Also ask the service advisor how long it will take to complete repairs and whether they offer services like a shuttle ride home or loaner car.  Every dealership is different.
  • Work with the dealership service advisor to schedule a repair.
  • Check back with MotorSafety.org from time to time to run your VIN for new recalls.
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