(DETROIT) – General Motors has announced the recall of around 190,000 Cadillac CTS models due to a manufacturing issue that could keep the passenger airbag from deploying.
GM said the problem is with a sensor in the front passenger presence system in the 2005-2007 CTS models. The sensor is meant to tell the airbag when to deploy.
Dealers will replace the system in affected vehicles for free. No injuries have been reported as a result of the issue.
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