General Motors to recall more than one million vehicles in the US

Lloyd Doyle
September 15, 2018

"If EPS assist is lost and then suddenly returns, the driver may have difficulty steering the vehicle, especially at low speeds, increasing the risk of a crash".

Below is information on two separate GM recalls you should know about.

The Detroit-based automaker is recalling over 1.2 million SUVs and full-size pickups because of a concern with the steering mechanism, which may increase the likelihood of a crash.


In 2017, GM had recalled here almost 800,000 pickup trucks worldwide because of the same problem. The software update is already available, so customers can begin to schedule repairs with their local dealer, according to the Associated Press.

General Motors said Tuesday that it will recall 230,000 vehicles to fix a problem with their brake systems that could affect their stopping distances. The recall covers the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 pickup trucks. GM said that about 210,000 of the recalled vehicles were sold new in the US, while the others were delivered to Canada. Also covered is the 2018 Chevrolet Malibu. Once the gas is out GM says the problem won't happen again. Owners of these vehicles will be notified and the upgrade will be provided for free. Download the 10News app now.

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