It's not a recall - an SCA is a focused extension of warranty for a particular problem which may arise. This has been determined to be the most common problem for SBZA failures. If your vehicle qualifies, take it to a dealer and have their service center do the repair. You'll either have to pay for the repair, or turn the SBZA system off should your vehicle not meet the SCA time/mileage provisions.I looked on the NTSB site and it shows no recalls. Is there something to say that is really the cause for this?