Another recall is underway of the current series VF Holden Commodore and Caprice.
Affecting vehicles built between the 7th of February 2013 and the 22nd of May this year, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission recall notice says the vehicles may have been built with an incomplete weld on the seat hook bracket assembly, for either front seat.
This means that if the weld is incomplete, under certain conditions such as a crash, the hook may separate from the seat track, increasing the risk of occupant injury.
Holden is contacting affected owners directly.
The latest recall comes after a series of other issues were identified in the VF Commodore and WN Caprice, including issues with LPG systems, windscreen wipers and seat-belts.