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General Motors (GM) is experiencing the worst safety crisis in its history. In 2014, over 29 million cars have been affected by almost 50 recalls from GM themselves. An extensive list of dates, car models and years, as well as safety issues can be found right on the GM website.

More About GM Vehicle Recalls

There are many recalls underway, from exhaust components, to fuel lines, to brakes, to ignition switches, to daytime running lights, to ignition cylinders, to air bags, to seat belts, and many more. For example, one specific defect in a General Motors vehicle causes the ignition switch to slip out of position, often while the car is not in park. When this slippage occurs, it causes the car shut to off. As the ignition is not mean to function in this manner, it can trigger a chain of negative effects such as not deploying air bags, leaking fuel, braking issues and loss of steering.


If your GM car should have any issues, look, feel, or even smell different than usual, chances are there may be an issue on a part that was recalled. Take your car to your dealership to have it investigated to protect the safety of you and your family. Specific to the ignition switch defect, it has caused numerous crashes, injuries and fatalities. When the ignition switch experiences inadvertent ignition key rotation and the vehicle suddenly turns off, the driver can lose control of steering and can potentially harm not only themselves, but those that they are sharing the road with. If you notice that your GM car's ignition switch can turn while you are not in park, have a licensed mechanic inspect it immediately.


If you own a GM vehicle, check out the General Motors website to see if your car might have been affected by any of the part recalls. For the ignition switch issue, specific cars impacted are the Chevrolet Cobalt, Chevrolet HHR, Pontiac Solstice, Pontiac Pursuit Canada, Pontiac G5, Saturn Ion, Saturn Ion, and Saturn Sky. Always make sure your car is in park when turning the key in the ignition to help prevent injury, and look up your VIN number online to see if you vehicle is part of this (or any other) recall. If you or a loved one have been negatively affected by a GM safety recall, let Lawsuit Winning help get you the financial compensation that you deserve – complete the free and easy claim review form today.

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