GM Expands Ignition-Switch Recall, Cites 13 Deaths


DETROIT, Feb 25 (Reuters) - General Motors Co on Tuesday more than doubled a recall, mostly in North America, to correct a condition that may allow the engine and other components including airbags to be unintentionally turned off. GM said it is aware of 31 reported incidents, including 13 front-seat fatalities, involving frontal crashes in which the condition may have caused or contributed to the front airbags not deploying. In expanding the recall to 1,620,665 vehicles in the United ...


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