gm recalls another 8.2 million cars, including 700,000 in canada, for ignition switch problems as recall crisis growsgm recalls another 8.2 million cars, including 700,000 in canada, for ignition switch problems as recall crisis growsgm recalls another 8.

by:Yucai     2020-05-16
DETROIT-When GM added eight vehicles on Monday, the security crisis worsened.
2 million vehicles, including about 700,000 vehicles recalled in Canada due to faulty ignition switches.
The latest recall is mainly for old medium-sized cars, with the total recall of GM reaching 29 million this year, surpassing 22 million of all car manufacturers last year.
GM said the recall was for \"accidental ignition key rotation\", including Chevrolet Malibu from 1997 to 2005, Pontiac Grand Prix from 2004 to 2008 and 2003-
2014 Cadillac CTS.
The company is aware of the deaths of 3 persons involved in the vehicle, injuries of 8 persons and crashes of 7 persons, although there is no conclusive evidence that the faulty switch caused the accident.
CEO Mary Barra said the recall was due to extensive security reviews within the company.
\"If we notice any other issues, we will not hesitate to take appropriate action,\" she said in a statement . \".
The announcement of more recalls has extended GM\'s crisis starting in February.
Car ignition switch problemGM recalled 2.
There are 6 million old minicars around the world, as the switch may be willing to switch off the engine by sliding from \"running\" to \"accessories.
This will void the electric steering and power brakes and may cause people to lose control of the car.
It also blocked air bags that were inflated in the crash.
GM was forced to admit that it had known the problem for more than 10 years but did not recall it until this year.
GM in small-
The Justice Department and both houses of Congress are investigating the recall.
Earlier this year, the company paid a fine of $35 million to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration because the company was reporting small
Car ignition switch problem
The added ignition switch recall caused a problem with the safety of the switches of all manufacturers of cars.
In June 18, NHTSA launched two investigations into Chrysler minivans and SUVs as part of an expanded investigation into airbag and ignition problems across the United StatesS. auto industry.
NHTSA began to ask car manufacturers and parts suppliers about GM\'s post-mini related issuescar recall.
NHTSA requires car manufacturers and parts manufacturers to provide information on the switches, as well as the time when the keys are inflated after moving from the \"running\" position to the \"accessories\" or \"off.
\"In many cases, the answer is less than a second.
NHTSA said in a statement that this led to a Chrysler investigation.
\"The agency has reviewed all major manufacturers\' airbag deployment strategies related to the switching position,\" the agency said in a statement . \".
\"NHTSA will continue to improve its understanding of these systems.
\"GM\'s recall on Monday has led to more than 40 million sales in the U. S. car market so far this year. S.
Industry, far more than the old
Record 30 years.
From 8 million in 2004.
A few hours ago, Kenneth Feinberg, the company\'s compensation consultant, announced plans to pay compensation to victims of a crash caused by a defective small car --car switches.
Lawyers and lawmakers say about 100 people have been killed in a car accident and hundreds have been injured, although Van Berg says he has not died in total.
Van Berg said the company had no restrictions on how much he could spend in total to compensate victims.
GM spokesman Alan Adler said that in Cadillac, the ignition may slip due to bumps on the road, hitting the key from the driver\'s knee or the weight of the heavy key chain.
In older models of medium lets, Pontiacs and Oldsmobile, there are only harsh or heavy keys-
Instead of hitting the driver\'s knee
Can knock out the position of the ignition device
In all cases, the ignition switch leaves the \"running\" position and enters the \"accessory\" or \"off\" position.
Adler said that it is different from the two vehicles previously recalled by GM.
6 million Chevrolet Cobalts and other small cars, the ignition switch is made according to the specifications of GM.
But the key slipped easily.
To solve these problems, the company will place the plug-in on the keys.
Adler said GM began investigating all of its ignition switches 60 days ago after the Cobalt recall was exposed to problems.
The recall came from that investigation.
GM is urging people to remove everything on the keyring before the recalled car can be repaired.
Of the three people who died in a crash involving a new recalled vehicle, it is not clear whether these deaths were ignited --
Related, says Adler.
In each case, the airbag does not unfold, but there are many reasons why the airbag does not unfold, including the angle of the car being hit and whether the passenger is tied to a belt, he said.
Adler said the victims of the new recall will not be included in the compensation fund for small vehicles. car case.
The Detroit company says it plans to spend $1.
Recall costs for the second quarter were 2 billion
Related fees. Added to a $1.
A 3 billion fee was charged in the first quarter, which brought the total cost of this year\'s recall to $2. 5 billion.
GM also announced four other recalls on Monday, involving more than 200,000 vehicles.
Most people have to repair the short circuit of the power supply on the driver\'s door, which may cause the electric lock and the window to close, or even cause overheating.
Of the 29 million vehicles recalled this year, 17 were.
The 1 million has been in the ignition of the switchesDETROIT-GM security crisis has deteriorated, adding a month to the company on Monday.
2 million vehicles, including about 700,000 vehicles recalled in Canada due to faulty ignition switches.
The latest recall is mainly for old medium-sized cars, with the total recall of GM reaching 29 million this year, surpassing 22 million of all car manufacturers last year.
GM said the recall was for \"accidental ignition key rotation\", including Chevrolet Malibu from 1997 to 2005, Pontiac Grand Prix from 2004 to 2008 and 2003-
2014 Cadillac CTS.
The company is aware of the deaths of 3 persons involved in the vehicle, injuries of 8 persons and crashes of 7 persons, although there is no conclusive evidence that the faulty switch caused the accident.
CEO Mary Barra said the recall was due to extensive security reviews within the company.
\"If we notice any other issues, we will not hesitate to take appropriate action,\" she said in a statement . \".
The announcement of more recalls has extended GM\'s crisis starting in February.
Car ignition switch problemGM recalled 2.
There are 6 million old minicars around the world, as the switch may be willing to switch off the engine by sliding from \"running\" to \"accessories.
This will void the electric steering and power brakes and may cause people to lose control of the car.
It also blocked air bags that were inflated in the crash.
GM was forced to admit that it had known the problem for more than 10 years but did not recall it until this year.
GM in small-
The Justice Department and both houses of Congress are investigating the recall.
Earlier this year, the company paid a fine of $35 million to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration because the company was reporting small
Car ignition switch problem
The added ignition switch recall caused a problem with the safety of the switches of all manufacturers of cars.
In June 18, NHTSA launched two investigations into Chrysler minivans and SUVs as part of an expanded investigation into airbag and ignition problems across the United StatesS. auto industry.
NHTSA began to ask car manufacturers and parts suppliers about GM\'s post-mini related issuescar recall.
NHTSA requires car manufacturers and parts manufacturers to provide information on the switches, as well as the time when the keys are inflated after moving from the \"running\" position to the \"accessories\" or \"off.
\"In many cases, the answer is less than a second.
NHTSA said in a statement that this led to a Chrysler investigation.
\"The agency has reviewed all major manufacturers\' airbag deployment strategies related to the switching position,\" the agency said in a statement . \".
\"NHTSA will continue to improve its understanding of these systems.
\"GM\'s recall on Monday has led to more than 40 million sales in the U. S. car market so far this year. S.
Industry, far more than the old
Record 30 years.
From 8 million in 2004.
A few hours ago, Kenneth Feinberg, the company\'s compensation consultant, announced plans to pay compensation to victims of a crash caused by a defective small car --car switches.
Lawyers and lawmakers say about 100 people have been killed in a car accident and hundreds have been injured, although Van Berg says he has not died in total.
Van Berg said the company had no restrictions on how much he could spend in total to compensate victims.
GM spokesman Alan Adler said that in Cadillac, the ignition may slip due to bumps on the road, hitting the key from the driver\'s knee or the weight of the heavy key chain.
In older models of medium lets, Pontiacs and Oldsmobile, there are only harsh or heavy keys-
Instead of hitting the driver\'s knee
Can knock out the position of the ignition device
In all cases, the ignition switch leaves the \"running\" position and enters the \"accessory\" or \"off\" position.
Adler said that it is different from the two vehicles previously recalled by GM.
6 million Chevrolet Cobalts and other small cars, the ignition switch is made according to the specifications of GM.
But the key slipped easily.
To solve these problems, the company will place the plug-in on the keys.
Adler said GM began investigating all of its ignition switches 60 days ago after the Cobalt recall was exposed to problems.
The recall came from that investigation.
GM is urging people to remove everything on the keyring before the recalled car can be repaired.
Of the three people who died in a crash involving a new recalled vehicle, it is not clear whether these deaths were ignited --
Related, says Adler.
In each case, the airbag does not unfold, but there are many reasons why the airbag does not unfold, including the angle of the car being hit and whether the passenger is tied to a belt, he said.
Adler said the victims of the new recall will not be included in the compensation fund for small vehicles. car case.
The Detroit company says it plans to spend $1.
Recall costs for the second quarter were 2 billion
Related fees. Added to a $1.
A 3 billion fee was charged in the first quarter, which brought the total cost of this year\'s recall to $2. 5 billion.
GM also announced four other recalls on Monday, involving more than 200,000 vehicles.
Most people have to repair the short circuit of the power supply on the driver\'s door, which may cause the electric lock and the window to close, or even cause overheating.
Of the 29 million vehicles recalled this year, 17 were.
The 1 million has been in the ignition of the switchesDETROIT-GM security crisis has deteriorated, adding a month to the company on Monday.
2 million vehicles, including about 700,000 vehicles recalled in Canada due to faulty ignition switches.
The latest recall is mainly for old medium-sized cars, with the total recall of GM reaching 29 million this year, surpassing 22 million of all car manufacturers last year.
GM said the recall was for \"accidental ignition key rotation\", including Chevrolet Malibu from 1997 to 2005, Pontiac Grand Prix from 2004 to 2008 and 2003-
2014 Cadillac CTS.
The company is aware of the deaths of 3 persons involved in the vehicle, injuries of 8 persons and crashes of 7 persons, although there is no conclusive evidence that the faulty switch caused the accident.
CEO Mary Barra said the recall was due to extensive security reviews within the company.
\"If we notice any other issues, we will not hesitate to take appropriate action,\" she said in a statement . \".
The announcement of more recalls has extended GM\'s crisis starting in February.
Car ignition switch problemGM recalled 2.
There are 6 million old minicars around the world, as the switch may be willing to switch off the engine by sliding from \"running\" to \"accessories.
This will void the electric steering and power brakes and may cause people to lose control of the car.
It also blocked air bags that were inflated in the crash.
GM was forced to admit that it had known the problem for more than 10 years but did not recall it until this year.
GM in small-
The Justice Department and both houses of Congress are investigating the recall.
Earlier this year, the company paid a fine of $35 million to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration because the company was reporting small
Car ignition switch problem
The added ignition switch recall caused a problem with the safety of the switches of all manufacturers of cars.
In June 18, NHTSA launched two investigations into Chrysler minivans and SUVs as part of an expanded investigation into airbag and ignition problems across the United StatesS. auto industry.
NHTSA began to ask car manufacturers and parts suppliers about GM\'s post-mini related issuescar recall.
NHTSA requires car manufacturers and parts manufacturers to provide information on the switches, as well as the time when the keys are inflated after moving from the \"running\" position to the \"accessories\" or \"off.
\"In many cases, the answer is less than a second.
NHTSA said in a statement that this led to a Chrysler investigation.
\"The agency has reviewed all major manufacturers\' airbag deployment strategies related to the switching position,\" the agency said in a statement . \".
\"NHTSA will continue to improve its understanding of these systems.
\"GM\'s recall on Monday has led to more than 40 million sales in the U. S. car market so far this year. S.
Industry, far more than the old
Record 30 years.
From 8 million in 2004.
A few hours ago, Kenneth Feinberg, the company\'s compensation consultant, announced plans to pay compensation to victims of a crash caused by a defective small car --car switches.
Lawyers and lawmakers say about 100 people have been killed in a car accident and hundreds have been injured, although Van Berg says he has not died in total.
Van Berg said the company had no restrictions on how much he could spend in total to compensate victims.
GM spokesman Alan Adler said that in Cadillac, the ignition may slip due to bumps on the road, hitting the key from the driver\'s knee or the weight of the heavy key chain.
In older models of medium lets, Pontiacs and Oldsmobile, there are only harsh or heavy keys-
Instead of hitting the driver\'s knee
Can knock out the position of the ignition device
In all cases, the ignition switch leaves the \"running\" position and enters the \"accessory\" or \"off\" position.
Adler said that it is different from the two vehicles previously recalled by GM.
6 million Chevrolet Cobalts and other small cars, the ignition switch is made according to the specifications of GM.
But the key slipped easily.
To solve these problems, the company will place the plug-in on the keys.
Adler said GM began investigating all of its ignition switches 60 days ago after the Cobalt recall was exposed to problems.
The recall came from that investigation.
GM is urging people to remove everything on the keyring before the recalled car can be repaired.
Of the three people who died in a crash involving a new recalled vehicle, it is not clear whether these deaths were ignited --
Related, says Adler.
In each case, the airbag does not unfold, but there are many reasons why the airbag does not unfold, including the angle of the car being hit and whether the passenger is tied to a belt, he said.
Adler said the victims of the new recall will not be included in the compensation fund for small vehicles. car case.
The Detroit company says it plans to spend $1.
Recall costs for the second quarter were 2 billion
Related fees. Added to a $1.
A 3 billion fee was charged in the first quarter, which brought the total cost of this year\'s recall to $2. 5 billion.
GM also announced four other recalls on Monday, involving more than 200,000 vehicles.
Most people have to repair the short circuit of the power supply on the driver\'s door, which may cause the electric lock and the window to close, or even cause overheating.
Of the 29 million vehicles recalled this year, 17 were.
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