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Urgent recall for 14,000 Holden cars over ‘brake booster’ defect


Urgent recall for 14,000 Holden cars over ‘brake booster’ defect that could put drivers at risk of a serious accident

  • Owners of 13,898 Holden ZB Commodores are subject to the recall
  • Due to a manufacturing defect, the brake booster in these cars may fail
  • General Motors Australia and NZ ask owners to contact a local dealer 
  • A software upgrade will be performed on the car at no cost to the owner 

A recall has been issued for nearly 14,000 Holden Commodores over a manufacturing defect that poses a potential risk of injury or death to drivers.

Owners of 13,898 Holden ZB Commodores made between 2017 and 2020 will be subject to the recall.  

‘Due to a manufacturing defect, the brake booster may fail,’ the Department of Infrastructure, Transport,…



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