GM recalls 25,000 commercial trucks, 916 SUVs


DETROIT, March 22 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. will recall more than 25,000 commercial trucks due to electrical wiring which could wear thin and accidentally set off the airbags, a spokesman said on Tuesday. The recall is the latest for GM, the world's largest automaker, which recalled more than 10 million vehicles in 2004. The industry saw a record number of recalls in the United States last year, due in part to tougher federal safety requirements, greater use of electronics prone to ...

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