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GM Issues New Recall For Fire Related Issues

Dan Brian   |  May 18, 2016   |  

In the wake of millions of vehicles that have been affected by the numerous GM recalls, the automaker has yet again announced another round of recalls affecting more than 185,000 vehicles manufactured from 2006-2007.

According to the notice, the following vehicles are said to be susceptible to a possible electrical component short-circuit and may catch fire as a result:

  • GMC Envoy
  • Buick Ranier
  • Isuzu Ascender
  • Saab 97-X
  • Chevrolet Trailblazer

While parts may not become available until October, letters are being sent to owners about this recall while owners have also been asked to keep vehicles outside in the event that they do catch fire.

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