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GM vehicles recalled due to faulty airbags and suspension bolts

GM has announced a recall of 8,519 Chevrolet Malibu sedans in the United States due rear suspension bolts that may not be tightened properly, which could lead to loss of handling, increasing the risk of crashing.   Consumers may notice noise and minor handling issues, but as the condition progresses sudden changes in vehicle handling could occur.

 Starting February 13th, GM will also be recalling 3,896 Buick Veranos, Chevy Camaros, Cruze and Sonics to address faulty airbags, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, (NHTSA).   The driver side front airbag has a shorting bar that may intermittently contact the airbag terminals, causing the airbags to not deploy, according to the NHTSA.

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