General Motors has recalled 414 vehicles to replace faulty seat-mounted side airbag inflators made by–you guess it–Takata, the Japanese supplier behind the massive recall that hit the news this past spring.
Of this latest round of vehicles, fewer than 20 are in Canada, the majority having been sold in the U.S., along with a handful in Mexico. Transport Canada hasn’t yet issued a recall notice for the affected vehicles sold here.
GM says the recall was prompted by one inflator from the same production lot failing Takata’s own quality assurance testing; the automaker says roughly one percent of the cars being recalled are likely have bad parts, but they’re replacing all of them. The models affected include the Buick LaCrosse, Cadillac XTS, Chevrolet Camaro, Equinox, and Malibu, and the GMC Terrain, all from the 2015 model year.