GM Recalls 70,000 More Cars for Power-Steering Failures
2006 -2007 Pontiac G6 versions, and Chevrolet Malibu, Malibu Maxx constructed between June 2006 and April are included in this recall. Formerly, according to the version, GM replaced the torque sensor, the EPS motor controller, or the EPS motor. Now, it is the torque sensor.
Owners can call Chevrolet at 1 800 222 1020, Pontiac at 1 800 762 2737, or see NHTSA's VIN lookup tool to test if your particular automobile falls under this particular recall.
That is the third recall considering that the start of entire year of GM. Others include Goodyear tires that could break on Chevrolet Traverse versions, and 2015 Buick Enclave, GMC Acadia. And some 2015 Corvettes can be also separated on by toe links.
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