DETROIT, Jan 31 (Reuters) - General Motors Co is recalling 12,415 cars in the United States to address issues with what may be improperly tightened suspension bolts and faulty airbags, according to documents filed with U.S. safety regulators. In both cases, neither issue has resulted in any accidents or injuries, GM said. GM is recalling 8,519 2013-model year Chevrolet Malibu sedans as one or more rear suspension bolts may not have been tightened properly, which ...
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