General Motors has issued a stop-sales order and recalled effected 2016 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pickup trucks.
The recall, which is owed to potentially defective front air bags, also impacts 2016 Chevrolet Malibu. About 1,750 GM vehicles are effected by the automaker’s actions, which took place Wednesday, according to Reuters.
GM vehicles in Mexico will also be effected by the recall. Though GM did not name the manufacturer of the recalled air bags, it did report that they were not produced by Takata.
No injuries have been blamed for GM’s potentially defective air bags which are located in the steering wheels of effected GM vehicles.
GM reported to dealers that the second stage of the air bag’s inflator may not properly inflate the air bag “in certain high-speed crashes.”
The stop-sales order and recall is not expected to have much of an effect on sales of the effected GM vehicles, according to GM spokesman Tom Wilkinson.
Dealers are required by law to fix a recalled vehicle first prior to selling it.