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Jul 23 2014 01:55 PM | GM NewsGeneral Motors has announced another set of recalls that will cover 717,949 vehicles. Unlike the previous set of recalls, this set doesn't include any dealing with the ignition switch. Here are the recalls:
414,333 vehicles equipped with the power height-adjustable driver or front passenger seats could have a bolt that holds height-adjuster actuator may become loose or fall out. If this happens, the seat can freely move up and down, and cause a safety hazard when involved in a accident.2010-2012 Cadillac SRX2010-2012 Chevrolet Equinox2010-2012 GMC Terrain2011-2012 Buick LaCrosse2011-2012 Buick Regal2011-2012 Chevrolet Camaro124,008 vehicles will need to have their lower seat track inspected due to an incomplete weld on the sea...
Jul 17 2014 01:35 PM | GM NewsAnother day, another senate hearing into the General Motors ignition switch recall. Today, two new people were grilled by the committee about their knowledge in this mess.
First up was Michael Millikin, GM's General Counsel. Millikin testified that he didn't know about the issue till February of this year. He also testified that lawyers working for GM during April 2013 had information pertaining to this from a case they were working on. However, they failed to notify engineers about the problem.
"That was tragic. If they had brought it to my attention at that time, I certainly would have made sure that they had done something," Millikin said.
Lower-level lawyers were among those fifteen people who let go...
Jul 02 2014 04:30 PM | GM NewsTime for a bit of an inception moment. Today, General Motors is recalling one of their recalls that was issued on Monday. The company explained that the one pertaining to the 2014 CTS doesn't cover all of the CTSes. Wait, we just made that somewhat confusing. The 2014 CTS Coupe and Wagon, which are based on the second-generation model are effected by this recall. The 2014 CTS sedan, which is brand new isn't a part of this.
Why GM didn't make this clarification when they announced the recall is unknown. Our best guess is that GM was in rush when getting these recalls out and forgot to note that.
Source: Detroit Free Press
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