Recall List for the 2004 GMC Savana

Official recalls have been issued for the 2004 GMC Savana by the NHTSA. The complete details of all recalls are listed below, along with what they cover and the recommended solutions.

Recalls don't cost you anything to get fixed, but most are time-limited, so if your car is affected you should call your local GMC service department immediately!

If you have questions about a recall, write down your VIN & then call GMC customer service.

  1. RECALL: Fuel Filler Pipe Corrosion

    Significant corrosion may allow fuel to leak during refueling, and in the presence of an ignition source; there is an increased risk of fire. Read more »

    Date Announced
    AUG 08, 2012
    Vehicles Affected
    9,389
  2. RECALL: Seat Belt Buckles

    In the event of a crash, a seat occupant may not be properly restrained increasing the risk of personal injury. Read more »

    Date Announced
    DEC 19, 2005
    Vehicles Affected
    425,593
  3. RECALL: Hydro-Boost/Hydraulic Brake/Bosch

    If a separation occurred and the hood of the vehicle were open, fragments from the accumulator could cause injury to people in the immediate area. The presence of this crack or fractured surface could allow the hydraulic fluid to leak from the accumulator circuit of the booster assembly. The loss of fluid would cause ... Read more »

    Date Announced
    FEB 08, 2005
    Vehicles Affected
    77,411
  4. RECALL: GM/Transmission Shift Cable Separation

    If this were to occur, the vehicle could move in a direction not anticipated by the driver, which could result in a vehicle crash. Read more »

    Date Announced
    JUL 06, 2004
    Vehicles Affected
    1,792
  5. RECALL: GM/FMVSS 209/Seat Belt Buckle Assembly

    The safety belt may not restrain the occupant as intended during a crash, which could result in injury to the occupant. Read more »

    Date Announced
    APR 19, 2004
    Vehicles Affected
    331
  6. RECALL: GM/FMVSS 135/Brake Valve

    Consequently, the valve O-ring seal may fracture. Steering efforts may be slightly increased while braking or parking. Under certain driving conditions, a fractured seal may require a slight increase in the applied brake pedal effort to achieve the same vehicle deceleration rate as prior to the seat fracture. ... Read more »

    Date Announced
    FEB 04, 2004
    Vehicles Affected
    68,875

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