The first recall for the 2006 Chevrolet Impala was for the seats, according to Cars.com. Certain vehicles with a manual passenger seat adjuster failed to meet federal motor vehicle safety standards due to a mislocated left floor mounting bracket.
Another recall for the 2006 Chevrolet Impala was the steering knuckle. A broken steering knuckle sometimes causes a loss of steering control. According to Cars.com, the final recall was for the ignition. The weight from the keys caused the ignition to move out of the run position and cut off the engine in some cars. The engine cutting off increased the risk of an accident.