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1998 GMC Savana Recalls

What To Do If Your Savana Has Been Recalled

The following recalls have been announced by GMC, so if you own a 1998 Savana take action immediately to get your automobile fixed. Interested in how this information is collected? Read more about recalls and the NHTSA.

  1. Call GMC to get more information. Verify that the cost of repairs will be covered free of charge.
  2. Setup an appointment with a local authorized mechanic to schedule your maintenance.
  3. Keep up to date with recalls for your vehicle by following this page.

Recent 1998 Savana Recalls

  • EXTERIOR LIGHTING Recall for 1998 GMC Savana

    • Recall Announced APRIL 07 2009
    • NHTSA Reference #09E012000
    • Number Affected 16,270

    Summary: Sabersport is recalling 16,270 combination corner and bumper lamp assemblies of various part numbers sold for use as aftermarket equipment for various passenger vehicles. These headlamps fail to conform to the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard no. 108, "lamps, reflective devices, and associated equipment." These lamps do not contain the required amber side reflectors.

    Consequence: Decreased lighting visibility may result in a vehicle crash.

    Fix: Sabersport will notify owners and offer a full refund for the noncompliant combination lamps. The safety recall began on May 11, 2009. Owners may contact sabersport at 1-909-598-7589.

    For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #09E012000 »

  • SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC:FOUNDATION COMPONENTS:DISC:ROTOR Recall for 1998 GMC Savana

    • Recall Announced FEBRUARY 17 1998
    • NHTSA Reference #98V033000
    • Number Affected 1,137

    Summary: Vehicle description: Light duty pickup trucks and multi-purpose passenger vehicles. One or both front brake rotor/hubs were built with an out-of-specification gray iron that can fail during the life of the vehicle.

    Consequence: If a driver continues to drive with a cracked rotor, the cracks could continue around the wheel mounting bolt circle and ultimately result in a wheel separation.

    Fix: Dealers will inspect the rotors for a core date of "287" and, if found, replace the rotor.

    For detailed information & supporting documents, see the official NHTSA page concerning recall #98V033000 »

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