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GM Recalls Another 3.2 Million Cars for Ignition Problem

Monday, 16 Jun 2014 04:14 PM

General Motors on Monday recalled an additional 3.2 million cars in the United States to fix an ignition switch problem that could cause the car to lose power.

GM also announced U.S. recalls for 165,770 vehicles for a variety of problems, including automatic transmissions and power steering.

It said it would take a charge of about $700 million for recall repairs in the second quarter, including the $400 million provision it previously announced.

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General Motors on Monday recalled an additional 3.2 million cars in the United States to fix an ignition switch problem that could cause the car to lose power.
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