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Saturn Recalls

Has your vehicle been recalled? Search our complete Saturn recall list for the latest updates and safety reports on your vehicle. Visit SaferCar.gov to report problems with your vehicle, non-original vehicle equipment, tires or car seats. Your complaint information will be entered in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's vehicle owner complaint database and used with other complaints to determine if there is a safety-related defect trend.

Takata Airbag Recall

Over 34 million vehicles in the United States and many million more worldwide are involved in Takata airbag recalls, which have occurred as far back as 2014.

Find out if your vehicle is on the list.

Recall summaries for new and used Saturn vehicles.

Saturn Aura

General Motors is recalling 56,214 Saturn Aura sedans because the transmission shift cable may fracture, leading to a rollaway risk. Read More

General Motors is recalling 1,340,447 vehicles in the U.S. because there may be a sudden loss of electric power steering assist that could occur at any time while driving. Read More


Saturn Ion

General Motors is recalling 1,340,447 vehicles in the U.S. because there may be a sudden loss of electric power steering assist that could occur at any time while driving. Read More

General Motors is expanding the recall of some 2003-'07 vehicles for an ignition switch defect that could cause airbags not to deploy in crashes, bringing the number to nearly 1.4 million in the U.S. Read More


Saturn Outlook

General Motors is recalling 1.18 million crossovers, including the 2008-'13 Buick Enclave and GMC Acadia for a wiring harness problem that may result in the non-deployment of the "side impact restraints," including the side airbags. This recall also includes the 2009-'13 Chevrolet Traverse and 2008-'10 Saturn Outlook. Read More


Saturn Sky

General Motors is expanding the recall of some 2003-'07 vehicles for an ignition switch defect that could cause airbags not to deploy in crashes, bringing the number to nearly 1.4 million in the U.S. Read More


Be sure to visit our Car Maintenance Guide to see any available Recall or Technical Service Bulletin information for your car.

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