Recently, Chevrolet has announced recall of the Camaro model launched 2010
General Motors declared the fourth recalling that including previous recalls covers over 500,000 cars includes the Camaro model because of the ignition switch defect.
The current Camaro recall is connected with the ignition switch problem, which is quite similar to the one that the Chevrolet Cobalt and the Saturn Ion had before.
In spite of this, the carmaker refuses any similarity with the previous recall covered about 2.6 million cars.
According to the auto manufacturer’s data, this recall affects about 464,712 Camaros that were sold in the period of from 2010 to this year in the U.S. and during the same time, there are 46,816 cars sold in Mexico and Canada.
Because of this ignition switch defect, there are four small injuries and three accidents, which the General Motors knows about.
The auto manufacturer has known about this defect while testing the Cobalt car this year.
To solve this problem, the carmaker plans to make the fob and the key independent from each other.
The latest recall of General Motors affected about 16.5 million cars this year; 14.4 million of them were sold in the U.S.
The other recalls of GM were about 8,789 Saab 9-3 convertible models, built during the period from 2004 -2011: 21,567 Chevrolet Sonic of 2012 model year; 14,765 Buick LaCrosse of 2014 model year and over 500,000 Camaros this year.
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