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Holden recalls 42,000 vehicles

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Holden has recalled 41,933 vehicles due to potential problems with pretensioner wiring harnesses.

AAP reports that the recall was issued after an internal investigation and there have been no customer accidents reported.

According to News Corp, there was a confidential bulletin sent to 230 dealers last week about the problem. It affects certain VF Commodores and WN Caprices.

The recall was announced on the ACCC’s website yesterday, advising car owners to “contact their nearest Holden Dealer. 

"Dealers will inspect and correct the retention of the pretensioner wiring harness to the seat base frame.”

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