The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Eco sedan is undergoing a recall due to software issues within the vehicle’s sensors. This may lead to failure of the safety belts and air bag. Due to a defect, the sensing and diagnostic module (SDM) could re-set itself and air bags may deploy unintentionally, and seat belt pre-tensioners could fail to work. Passengers might be injured due to these problems. GM engineers discovered these safety hazards during tests the car. Malibu Eco will let owners know about the recall and encourage owners to bring their vehicle in to a nearby dealer for fixes on June 1st, free of charge. For further information, customers may reach Chevrolet directly and refer to recall campaign number 12102, according to news reports.
As a personal injury attorney, my thoughts are with everybody involved in this recall. If you or someone dear to you was harmed by an unsafe product, you may want to get in touch with an attorney who can evaluate your case and help protect and defend your legal rights. An attorney can stick with you throughout the legal process and fight hard for your rights by fully investigating your claim and answering any questions you may have concerning your case. With a lawyer on your side, you are more likely to get the results you deserve for your case. A lawyer is there to respond to your questions and evaluate any other problems that may arise.Tweet