U.S. safety regulators probe GM recall linked to 13 deaths

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bluto1960 wrote:

“The involved parts were made in Mexico” likely by the
lowest cost producer they could find .

Feb 27, 2014 11:55am EST  --  Report as abuse
bluto1960 wrote:

“The involved parts were made in Mexico” likely by the
lowest cost producer they could find .

Feb 27, 2014 11:55am EST  --  Report as abuse
bluto1960 wrote:

“The involved parts were made in Mexico” likely by the
lowest cost producer they could find .

Feb 27, 2014 11:55am EST  --  Report as abuse
bluto1960 wrote:

“The involved parts were made in Mexico” likely by the
lowest cost producer they could find .

Feb 27, 2014 11:55am EST  --  Report as abuse
bluto1960 wrote:

“The involved parts were made in Mexico” likely by the
lowest cost producer they could find .

Feb 27, 2014 11:55am EST  --  Report as abuse
RetiredHappy wrote:

GM had similar problems as far back as the 1960s when their Delco-Remy components were made here in the USA. Our family car was a ’67 Buick Electra. We’d be driving down the road and all of a sudden you’d swear someone had reached over and turned the ignition off. GM also supplied an ignition switch to American Motors that would inadvertently engage the starter while the engine was running. From one extreme to the other and it looks like they still haven’t gotten things right.

Feb 27, 2014 3:08pm EST  --  Report as abuse
Grizzlymom5 wrote:

We own a 2006 Chevy Cobalt and found out about this recall, called the Dealership to have this issue fixed and only after we had set up an appt and dropped the car off, the Dealership called us back to tell us they had yet to receive any info on this particular recall and could not replace the ignition…This was last week and the Dealer told us that once we received a letter in the mail from GM about the recall then we could bring the car in to have it fixed…So if 13 deaths and 31 accidents is not enough to issue a recall then what is???

Feb 27, 2014 9:51pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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