Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Canada is recalling nearly 2,000 Pacifica minivans because a seat belt could unlatch while the vehicle is in motion.
The recall involves the seat buckle in the second-row centre position of 1,926 vehicles with eight-passenger seating.
The left outboard seat belt could become unlatched under certain conditions, according to a recall notice on Transport Canada’s website. If the seat belt were to unlatch with the vehicle in motion, it could increase the risk and/or severity of injury to vehicle occupants in the event of a crash.
The automaker sold 539 Pacificas in August and has sold 4,205 through the first eight months of 2017.