There have been 2 safety recalls for the Saturn L300. The most recent recalls are shown below. Table 1 and Table 2 show the historical recalls and the recall statistics by the model year of the Saturn L300.
This can cause (1) an intermittently inoperative brake/tail lamp bulb or (2) a short circuit that opens a fuse causing inoperative brake lamps (including the center high-mounted stop lamp) or tail lamps. A following driver may not know when the brakes have been applied, and a rear-end crash could occur without prior warning.
|Recalled Vehicles: 2003 Saturn L200, 2004 Saturn L300, 2000 Saturn LS, 2001 Saturn LS, 2002 Saturn LS|
|Component: EXTERIOR LIGHTING:BRAKE LIGHTS|
|Recall Summary: On certain sedans and wagons, the plastic housing in the rear tail lamp assembly can become distorted if the brake lamps remain on for an extended time. ... Details of this recall|
If a separation occurred in crash, the right and center rear seat occupants may not be properly restrained, increasing the risk of personal injury.
|Recalled Vehicles: 2003 Saturn L200, 2004 Saturn L300, 2002 Saturn LS|
|Component: SEAT BELTS|
|Recall Summary: Certain wagons fail to comply with the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standard no. 210, "seat belt assembly anchorages. " the seat belt anchor may separate from the floor of the vehicle before holding the required test load for the required time. ... Details of this recall|