Consumer protection warns of glitch in General Motors vehicles
Santo Domingo.- The consumer protection agency (Proconsumidor) on Thursday warned of safety problems in vehicles made by General Motors (GMC) circulating in the country.
“Proconsumidor supplies information to the Dominican market in response to the notice issued by GMC and based on the guidelines from president Danilo Medina to work to reduce traffic accidents and the human and economic consequences derived from them,” the agency said in a press release.
It said the automaker detected recurrent failures in the vehicle’s Sensing Diagnosis Module (SDM), which controls the deployment of airbags and seatbelt adjusters in Chevrolet Silverado and Corvette models manufactured from 2014 to 2016, for which they’ve been recalled to reprogram said modules.
Proconsumidor said local GM dealer Santo Domingo Motors will proceed to repair the faulty module.
Full list of the Chevrolet vehicles at: proconsumidor.gob.do
Oct 28, 2016
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