Holden to recall 42,000 cars over seatbelt fault

 The VF Cmmodore has been recalled.
The VF Cmmodore has been recalled. Contributed

HOLDEN is recalling nearly 42,000 cars over a potential fault affecting seatbelts.

The safety recall affects certain VF Commodore and WN Caprice vehicles.

The fault could potentially disable the seatbelt pre-tensioner in a crash.

The car company said the recall would affect 41,933 vehicles in Australia.

The recall is precautionary and there have been no crashes related to the issue.

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