Understanding the Ignition Recall

General Motors is committed to your safety. This site is designed to help you better understand the ignition recall and what steps you should take if your vehicle is affected. It includes general information and contact details, but for information on your specific vehicle, please visit the GM Recall Center and enter your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

If you are driving an affected vehicle, until the ignition recall repairs have been performed, it is very important that you remove all items from your key ring, leaving only the vehicle key. The key fob (if applicable) should also be removed from your key ring. Before exiting the vehicle, it is very important for you to make sure the vehicle is in “Park”. For a manual transmission, put the transmission into reverse gear. In both automatic and manual transmission cars, set the parking brake. And please remember to always fasten your seat belt.

Vehicles Affected

Chevrolet

Cobalt
2005-2010

HHR
2006-2011

Pontiac

G5
2007-2010

Solstice
2006-2010

Saturn

Ion
2003-2007

Sky
2007-2010

3-point check plan

Remove everything from your key ring except your car key, including your key fob Communicate with your local GM dealer as replacement parts become available. Locate a dealer. Contact us for answers to any questions about the ignition recall. 800-222-1020

CONTACT US for answers to any other questions
about the ignition recall at 1-800-222-1020
and please remember to always fasten your seat belt.

Message from GM CEO Mary Barra

Compensation Plan Details
GM Recall Center
Initiate a Parts Request

Total Vehicles Repaired

598,484
* As of 24 JULY 2014
Parts Delivery Process