2009 Pontiac G8 Recalls
The cables that attach the front seat belts to the vehicle may bend and break over time, resulting in the belts being ineffective.
The ignition key may be unintentionally bumped while in the vehicle ignition switch cylinder, resulting in shutting off the engine.
The passenger front airbag may fail to meet federal safety standards if deployed with the passenger seat in the full forward position.
The brake lights of the vehicle turn on as normal because the brake pedal contacts a switch called a brake light switch. On some vehicles, this switch may be incorrectly programmed to allow the brake lights to stay on continually. Secondly, each tire has a sensor in it that actively measures the air pressure that the tire contains. When this pressure becomes too low, the tire pressure warning light comes on. In some cases, the threshold of when the warning illuminates is too low.