Defective eBoost Brake Module Subject of GM Program

DETROIT – The General Motors -centric website GM Authority recently broke the story the automaker has begun a Customer Satisfaction Campaign to rectify defective eBoost brake systems of certain 2021 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks which face a potential safety hazard.

According to the post written by Sam McEachern the safety issue related to the faulty eBoost module means, “. . . vehicles equipped with these brake boost assemblies may experience function issues over time, based on feedback received from the supplier concerning the condition of the assemblies. This can affect the vehicle’s braking performance, which may increase the risk of a crash.”

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The repair outlined in the service program, GM CSP number: N202324120, is simple: replacement of the potentially defective eBoost unit.

GM will notify owners about the campaign and when they can bring their vehicles to an authorized dealer for repairs.

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