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Half of GM’s Recalls Not Fixed Yet

GM started recalling over 2 million vehicles with a major ignition switch defect in February but less than half of the owners have brought their vehicles in to be repaired. If you own a Chevrolet Cobalt or a Saturn ION that has not been repaired…
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GM Faulty Ignition Switch Death Toll Rises.

General Motors Co.  is now linking 19 deaths to faulty ignition switches in its vehicles. The higher death-toll figure was disclosed Monday by the compensation expert retained by GM, Kenneth Feinberg, who gave his first public update…
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GM’s faulty ignition switches may have caused up to 74 deaths.

  As federal investigations into General Motor’s failure to inform the public of a decade-long issue with a faulty ignition switch continue, the much-maligned company just suffered another hit. GM has publicly acknowledged that the…