Suzuki is calling back the Grand Vitara and XL-7 for deteriorating drive belt tension adjuster pulleys.
2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara and 2005-2006 XL-7
The Problem: The plastic outer portion of the drive belt tension adjuster pulley can deteriorate due to heat. A broken piece of plastic can get caught between the pulley and the drive belt, requiring increased driver effort to steer and increasing the risk of a crash.
The Fix: Suzuki dealers will replace the belt tension adjuster pulley. The NHTSA expects the recall to begin in late June.
Number of vehicles potentially affected: 46,549
Source: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration