Ottawa, Ontario – Transport Canada has issued its latest recalls, which may affect some Audi, General Motors, Subaru, Hyundai and Suzuki vehicles, and some Dorel infant carriers.
2009 Audi Q5
Vehicles affected: 668
On certain vehicles, a left and/or right A pillar trim cover clip may not have been manufactured correctly. This may allow the trim to come loose in a crash if the head protection airbags deploy, increasing the risk of injury. Dealers will replace the clips.
2010 Chevrolet Equinox
2010 GMC Terrain
Vehicles affected: 528
Certain vehicles built for Canada have the U.S. body control module security system data file, which is non-compliant with the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. This situation poses no safety risk, and was corrected at the manufacturing plant on September 3, 2009.
2002-2003 Subaru Impreza WRX sedan
2002-2003 Subaru Impreza WRX wagon
Vehicles affected: 2,233
On certain vehicles, fuel seepage could occur between the metal line and the rubber hose during cold starts at very low temperatures. Dealers will replace the fuel line.
2005-2007 Chevrolet Corvette
2006-2007 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
Vehicles affected: 972
On certain vehicles equipped with a removable roof, the adhesive between the roof and the frame may separate. If there is complete separation, the roof panel may detach from the vehicle, possibly while driving. Dealers will install a new design roof panel.
2010 Chevrolet Equinox
Vehicles affected: 8,353
On certain vehicles, the software in the integrated centre stack can cause the heating, air conditioning, defrost, radio controls and panel illumination to become inoperative. Dealers will replace the integrated centre stack.
2008-2009 Cosco Fleet Travel System
2008-2009 Cosco Starter
2008-2009 Eddie Bauer EB Designer 22
2008-2009 Eddie Bauer EB Integrated Travel System 22625CMTT
2008-2009 Eddie Bauer EB Integrated Travel System 22671CPST
2008-2009 Eddie Bauer EB Vector Travel System 22617CBGL
2008-2009 Quinny Freestyle 4 Travel System
2008-2009 Quinny Freestyle 4XL Travel System
2008-2-009 Safety 1st Acella Travel System 22325CSET
2008-2009 Safety 1st Acella Travel System 22325COBL
2008-2009 Safety 1st Alpha Sport Travel System 22325CSRD
2008-2009 Safety 1st Designer 22 22057CLPH
2008-2009 Safety 1st Designer 22 22095CGRF
2008-2009 Safety 1st Designer 22 22095CHBS
2008-2009 Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System 22317CAFT
2008-2009 Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System 22325CBEL
2008-2009 Safety 1st Eurostar Travel System 2237CCHT
2008-2009 Safety 1st Evolution Travel System 22370CBSP
2008-2009 Safety 1st Evolution Travel System 22370CGGL
2008-2009 Safety 1st Explorer Travel System 22095CCRB
2008-2009 Safety 1st Explorer Travel System 22095CRBK
2008-2009 Safety 1st Lightwave 22380CAMR
2008-2009 Safety 1st Playsafe Travel System 22058CDBY
2008-2009 Safety 1st Vector Travel System 22325CNBG
Units affected: 70,009
On certain infant carriers, the bolt in the carrier handle could loosen, allowing the handle to detach from the unit. If an infant is unharnessed in the carrier while being manually transported outside a vehicle, there is the potential for the infant to fall out. The company will provide a “fix kit” consisting of bolts, tool and instruction to carry out the repair.
2006-2009 Hyundai Azera
Vehicles affected: 2,267
On certain vehicles, the wiring harness for the right-hand front seatbelt tension sensor may sustain damage after repeated use of the seatbelt. If the tension sensor wiring harness becomes damaged, the passenger front air bag may not deploy in a crash situation. Dealers will repair the affected units.
2007 Suzuki Swift+
Vehicles affected: 600
On certain vehicles, the date of manufacture on the label may have been printed in the month/day format, rather than the month/year format, as required by the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. The situation poses no safety risk, and was corrected at the manufacturing plant on October 30, 2006.