GM Canada Headlight Recall Involves 163,000 Vehicles
Posted in Recalls
August 30, 2023 — A General Motors headlight recall in Canada involves more than 163,600 Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC vehicles equipped with automatic headlights that may not automatically activate when it becomes dark outside.
Canadian regulations require automatic headlights to turn on when the ambient light level drops below 1000 lux.
Specifically, the GM automatic headlights may not turn on soon enough as it becomes dark outside.
The GM Canada headlight recall includes these models:
Transport Canada didn't announce many details about the recall, but GM says it can fix the problem by sending an over-the-air body control module software update.
However, an owner can also schedule an appointment to have the update performed at a GM dealership.
GM owners with questions may call 800-263-3777.
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