Chevrolet Corvette Recalls
During certain driving conditions, the air bag sensing and diagnostic module (SDM) may activate a testing mode. If a crash were to occur during this mode, the frontal airbags and seat belt pretensioners would not deploy, increasing risk of injury to driver and front passengers.
A rear suspension component called the toe link outer ball joint may separate due to not being tightened properly. This can cause loss of vehicle control and result in an accident.
When in an accident that deploys the driver's steering wheel mounted air bag, the mounting of the air bag assembly may fracture allowing it to separate from the steering wheel. This would increase risk of injury.
The parking brake may engage on only one of the two rear wheels, which could result in the vehicle rolling away when parked on a steep grade. This could result in an accident.
The rear shock absorbers may separate from their mounting brackets, resulting in a sudden change in vehicle handling.
For vehicles equipped with optional sports seats, the seats do not meet internal injury protection specifications. In an accident that causes side air bags to come out, an unbelted young child may be at a greater risk of injury.
33 vehicles are being recalled because the airbags may not deploy as expected in the event of a crash.
The low beam headlights may stop working.
In the event of a crash, the rear hatch hinges may fail. This could cause the hatch to separate from the vehicle, increasing the risk of injury.
The "active handling system" may activate unexpectedly, resulting in application of the brake on one or more wheels. This could cause the vehicle to pull to the right or left. Failure of the driver to correctly react to a sudden change in vehicle movement could result in a crash.