The carmaker says the printed circuit board (PCB) for the Airbag Control Module may not have been secured properly into its casing.
Should this occur, deployment of the vehicle’s side airbags may be slightly delayed in the event of a collision. Holden says this would only occur during a “very specific” side impact.
While the recall affects a total of 543 vehicles, there have been no reported incidents of this nature in Australia to date.
Affected models were built during a six-day period in October last year.
In October 2015, Holden recalled its 2014 model-year VF Commodore sedan, wagon and ute models along with the WN Caprice, for a potential problem with the seat position sensor.
The Holden Barina was also recalled last month, due to a fuel pump O-ring seal which may be incorrectly sized.
Holden will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.
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