While most GM vehicles excel in dependability, there are occasionally times when a vehicle or a part will have a recall placed on it, either because it doesn’t work or isn’t up to spec. But how do vehicle recalls work for GM Canada? Keep reading for GM vehicle recalls in Winnipeg MB and how to make sure that your vehicle is operating at top efficiency.
GM Vehicle Recalls in Winnipeg MB
If your GM (that is, a Chevy, Buick, GMC or Cadillac) vehicle has a recall, you will be notified by mail, and that mailer will have instructions how to accomplish the recall and get your new part or assistance.
GM Canada mails recall information to the last listed owner. If you receive information about a vehicle you no longer own, you can safely ignore the information or contact the Customer Service Centre to let us know you are no longer the owner of the vehicle.
Is My Chevy, GMC or Buick Part of a Recall?
Generally speaking, a limited number of vehicles will be included in a recall. Recalls by GM Canada are VIN-specific, so not every vehicle in make, model, or year will be included. For example, even if you know of someone who has a Chevy Silverado, it doesn’t mean that your 2016 Chevy Silverado is necessarily a part of that same recall.
If you have concerns that your vehicle may be a part of a recall, but you haven’t received any notice in the mail, there are a few things you can do to be sure your car is operating at top efficiency.
Who Should I Contact about my GM Recall?
If you think your vehicle may be a part of a recall, you can contact the GM Canada Customer Care Centre, or reach out to a dealership, like us here at Craig Dunn Motor City in Portage La Prairie near Winnipeg MB.
The Customer Care Centre is open Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. It can be contacted by phone in French or English, by email, Live Chat or by mail. More details are available here.