The 2004 Chevy Trailblazer has been recalled twice, states Motor Trends. General Motors, the manufacturer of Chevrolet, recalled some units of the midsize sport-utility vehicle in November 2014 due to an issue with the taillight assembly. In May 2005, GM recalled some 2004 Trailblazers due to faulty exterior lighting.
Many car manufacturers recall cars if they discover a defect that affects the operating functions and various parts of the car. In many cases, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration inspects the car and orders a recall if it finds a defect that compromises the safety of the driver and passengers and that may pose a risk to road safety.