Category Archives: GM Ignition Switch Recall

News about the GM ignition switch recall and other possible auto parts recalls that may impact you.

Turning The Key: Are GM Ignition Lawsuits Reigniting?

There have been a lot of defective auto parts recalls lately. In fact, there have been so many that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants to force carmakers to reveal information vital to recalls sooner. Such an effort could save lives, but it has taken a long time to get to this point, and some victims of previous…
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Could Auto Manufacturers Be Forced To Reveal Defects Sooner?

Back in 2005, a technical service bulletin (TSB) was sent to GM dealerships all over the world. It warned that the ignition switches in GM cars could cause a “moving stall,” which could shut down a vehicle’s power steering, power brakes and airbags, but this information wasn’t shared with the public. Two years later, a GM vehicle was involved in…
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How Many Vehicles Has GM Recalled?

With over two months left in 2014, General Motors (GM) has already recalled close to 30 million vehicles worldwide, according to CNN Money. Due to the massive amount of vehicles involved, GM has had to resort to unusual methods to announce its recalls, including sending out Facebook messages, according to WBTW-TV. In addition to sending Facebook messages to owners of…
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GM Issues Six Additional Recalls, Including 8.4 Million Cars

Adding yet another chapter to the ever-evolving saga, CNBC recently reported that GM issued six new recalls, which cover 7.6 million cars stateside and 8.4 million worldwide. The recalls include GM vehicles from 1997-2014. This latest set of recalls comes on the heels of GM CEO Mary Barra alluding to just this very occurrence while speaking with NBC: “We’re going…
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There Are Still Unanswered Questions In The GM Recall Crisis

According to Forbes.com, General Motors (GM) managed to weather its first quarter recall crisis by posting a slim profit on April 24. The company earned $125 million, despite $1.3 billion in expenses to pay for recalling nearly 2.6 million vehicles worldwide. The results were an 86 percent decline from its year-ago performance, but avoided GM’s first quarterly loss since 2009….
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