Camaro Recall Due to Faulty Ignition

By on Jun 14, 2014 in Automobile, Business, North America, World Comments
Camaro recall

Camaro recall
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A Camaro recall has been issued by General Motors (GM) because of ignition concerns on the Chevrolet cars. The latest GM recall has raised the number of its problematic cars to about 13 million units in 2014.

Check out what you need to do if you own a Camaro by clicking here.

This recent GM recall involves over 500,000 Chevrolet Camaro cars sold mostly in North America.

The Camaro recall was announced to prevent further car crash incidents. Reports say that there were already three incidents caused by the ignition system problem.

GM explained that the car’s key fob may be hit by the driver’s knee and could turn it out of the “run” position and lose power.

There were already four individuals who suffered minor injuries after their car crashed.

A series of recalls were already issued by GM earlier. The cars recalled include Saab 9-3 convertibles, 2012 Chevrolet Sonic, and 2014 Buicks.

To know what you need to do if you own a Camaro being recalled by clicking here.

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