Automotive

GM Recalls 117,000 More Cars and Trucks
GM is recalling 117,000 cars and trucks for a possible chassis issue which could lead to a crash. GM says it has to replace contaminated chassis control modules. The problem could cause an electric short which could then lead to a engine stall, an engine that fails to start or the loss of a trailer …
GM Flint Assembly Presented with Two J.D. Power Awards
On Wednesday, General Motors' Flint Assembly plant was presented with two quality awards from J.D. Power. For the second year in a row, the Chevrolet Silverado HD took the top spot in the heavy duty pickup category. They also received second place for the 2014 GMC Sierra HD...
General Motors Faulty Ignition Fund Now Taking Claims
GM's fund for deaths and injuries caused by a faulty ignition in its vehicles is now taking claims. According to NBC 25, the five month filing period began on Friday. It's part of the fallout of GM's recall of more than 2.6 million cars that began in February...
GM to Compensate Victims of Recalls
General Motors is expected to announce plans to compensate victims of a recall from a defect that led to at least 13 deaths and over 50 crashes.
According to WNEM, the announcement in which GM victims will find out how much their payout will be, is expected in Washington D...
General Motors Adding Solar Panels to Local Facilities
General Motors has announced it will be increasing its renewable energy use by adding three acres of solar arrays at two local facilities.
GM's processing center in Swartz Creek and engine plant in Flint will be outfitted with 150-kilowatt, ground mount solar arrays which are expected to generat…
GM Could Face Another Fine for Delayed Impala Recall
General Motors could be facing another fine by the U.S. government for delaying a recall on certain Chevrolet Impalas.
According to NBC 25, a U.S. House subcommittee produced a nine-year-old email this week from a GM employee warning about a potential safety problem on the 2006 Impalas...
Crashes Related to GM Faulty Ignition Rises to 47
The number of crashes related to a faulty ignition in certain GM vehicles has risen to 47, up from previous reports of 32.
According to WNEM, GM said the number of deaths related to the problem remains at 13, but officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration believe the number may b…

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