DETROIT, March 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Friday it had ordered a recall of about 51,000 of its 2003 model-year Cadillac CTS cars because of a possible steering defect. The world's largest automaker said its would inspect the cars for a possible loose bolt in the steering shaft. GM said it was aware of two incidents in which drivers had lost control of their vehicles because of the condition, but there were no reported injuries. Vehicles affected by the recall include ...
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