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1999 GMC Sierra 1500 Recalls

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Most Recent 1999 GMC Sierra 1500 Recall

On April 10, 2006, GMC recalled 805,368 GMC Sierra 1500. Certain pickup trucks have galvanized-braided-steel tailgate support cables used to support the tailgate in the full open (horizontal) position. over time these cables can corrode and fracture when loads are applied to them.
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1999 GMC Sierra 1500 Recall Details

Summary on April 10, 2006
Certain pickup trucks have galvanized-braided-steel tailgate support cables used to support the tailgate in the full open (horizontal) position. over time these cables can corrode and fracture when loads are applied to them.
Summary on September 22, 2005
Certain pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles may experience unwanted antilock brake system (abs) activation. this condition is more likely to occur in environmentally corrosive areas. this recall will be launched in the "salt belt" states of connecticut, delaware, illinois, indiana, iowa, maryland, massachusetts, maine, michigan, minnesota, missouri, new hampshire, new jersey, new york, ohio, pennsylvania, rhode island, vermont, west virginia, wisconsin and the district of columbia only.
Summary on July 29, 2005
On certain pickup trucks equipped with manual transmissions and built with either pbr parking brake systems or trw parking brake systems, the parking brake friction linings may wear to an extent where the parking brake can become ineffective in immobilizing a parked vehicle.
Summary on February 5, 2001
Vehicle description: light duty pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles. some of these vehicles have a clearance condition between the front right-hand brake pipe and the body cross sill that could decrease to the point of allowing contact during the life of the vehicle. if contact occurs and the brake pipe becomes damaged, in half of the brake system there can be a loss of brake fluid and pressure. the brake warning lamp will be activated when the brake fluid level reaches the indicator limit.
RepairPal Expert Overview on March 28, 2000

The seat belts installed on the vehicle fail to meet federal requirements. This can cause occupants to not be properly restrained in an accident.

General Motors notified owners of affected vehicles starting in September 2000. You can check with your dealer to see if your vehicle is involved in this program. It is helpful to have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on hand when you contact them.