Holden has recalled its Trax compact SUV from the 2013 model-year, due to a potential problem with a wiring harness.
The harness in question is related to the steering column. The carmaker says the harness connector may not have been completely seated to the steering column during the manufacturing process.
As a result, the connector may become disconnected while driving.
Should this occur, the driver may notice a warning light in the instrument cluster, and the effort required to turn the steering wheel may increase.
A sudden change in steering behaviour could create a hazard for the vehicle occupants and other road users, but no incidents of accident or injury have been reported in Australia.
Just six Trax vehicles are affected in Australia, and each is a TJ model built for the 2013 model-year.
The recall will be carried out free-of-charge to owners, and will involve an inspection of the wiring harness and the steering column in the first instance.
Holden has reached out to the affected customers already, but any customer wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.
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