Transport Canada Recall - 2017044 - GENERAL MOTORS
Please see corrective actions section below
2006 | PONTIAC | SOLSTICE, 2007 | PONTIAC | SOLSTICE, 2007 | SATURN | SKY, 2008 | PONTIAC | SOLSTICE, 2008 | SATURN | SKY, 2009 | PONTIAC | SOLSTICE, 2009 | SATURN | SKY, 2010 | PONTIAC | SOLSTICE
On certain vehicles, over time, the flexible sensor mat of passenger airbag suppression system (PPS) within the passenger seat can bend and become damaged. If this were to occur, the damage can potentially cause the PPS module to suppress the front passenger airbag during a crash. If fault exists in the PPS system and the vehicle is involved in a crash where airbag deployment is warranted, the front passenger airbag may not deploy, which if an adult is occupying the passenger seat, could increase the risk of injury to the occupant. Correction: Dealers will inspect the PPS sensor mat for damage and add a reinforcement strip to the sensor mat if no damage is found. If damage is found, the PPS sensor mat will be replaced and reinforcement strips added. Note: If an active fault exists in the PPS system, the airbag malfunction-indicator lamp will illuminate and the passenger airbag telltale will indicate that the airbag is off. Additionally, the driver information center will display a “Service Airbag” message, and the audio system will play an audible warning chime.
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.