Chevrolet Express 1500 Recalls
The chassis electrical module may short internally causing the vehicle to stall. This would increase risk of an accident.
A natural gas leak could develop from the high pressure regulator.
In the event of a crash, an unbelted front seat passenger could be injured if their head were to contact the instrument panel.
The label that indicates that only Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fuel is to be used with the vehicle is too small, and does not meet federal requirements. This could lead to unsafe fueling practices.
Certain 2013 GMC and Chevrolet van conversions may have a wiring concern with the power seats that could result in an electrical fire.
Certain 2011 Chevrolet Express vans converted to run on compressed natural gas are being recalled because leaking gas can enter the passenger compartment, increasing the risk of an explosion.
On certain vehicles it may be possible to remove the key with the vehicle still running and/or the transmission not in Park. This may allow the vehicle to roll away possibly resulting in an accident.
Affected vehicles may be shifted out of Park with the ignition key removed or the ignition in the "off" position. As a result, the vehicle may roll unexpectedly, increasing the risk of injury or a crash.
General Motors is recalling vehicles equipped with a left side cargo door that were originally sold or currently registered in certain states where salt is used to de-ice the roads. Due to corrosion, when fueling the vehicle, fuel may leak from the area near the gas cap.
A small number of these vehicles equipped with a wheelchair lift installed by Main Mobility may have a roll stop latch that is bent or otherwise misaligned. If this were to occur, a wheelchair could roll unexpectedly, increasing the risk of injury.