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Pontiac Grand Am Recalls

Get technical and plain English recall information for 24 Pontiac Grand Am recalls between 1990 and 2005. Learn if your Pontiac Grand Am is part of a recall and what to do about it.

RepairPal Expert Overview on July 3, 2014

The weight on the key ring, combined with a jarring event may cause the ignition switch to move out of the run position, turning off the engine.

As of this writing General Motors has not yet released a notification schedule for this recall. If you don't receive notification in a timely manner and believe you should have, please contact your GM dealer for further instruction. They may ask for your vehicle identification number (VIN), so please have it handy when you call. The General Motors recall number is 14350.

RepairPal Expert Overview on February 9, 2005

Certain vehicles were equipped with weak rear suspension bolts that may break under high loads.  Causing the rear wheel to not be properly retained and may result in increased risk of accidents.

GM will contact customers of affected vehicles beginning February 9, 2005. If you have not been contacted, notice any unusual looseness in your rear wheels and feel your vehicle falls under this recall. You should contact your local dealership. It helps to have your VIN Vehicle Identification Number ready when doing so.

RepairPal Expert Overview on December 20, 2004
RepairPal Expert Overview on June 23, 2004

The fuel tank may be manufactured incorrectly, which could lead to a fuel leak. A fuel leak in the presence of an ignition source could result in a fire.

This should be considered a high priority recall. The fuel tank may crack without warning. Please contact your GM dealer. They will check to see if your specific vehicle is affected and advise you on what to do next. Always have your vehicle identification number (VIN) handy when you call.

Summary on March 1, 2004
RepairPal Expert Overview on February 5, 2004
RepairPal Expert Overview on August 20, 2003

The owner's manual does not explain the child restraint anchor location symbols. This does not meet the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard.

Please contact your GM dealer. They will check to see if your specific vehicle is affected and advise you on what to do next. Always have your vehicle identification number (VIN) handy when you call.

Summary on March 27, 2002
Summary on December 21, 2000
Summary on December 19, 2000