DETROIT, April 25 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. on Monday said it was recalling more than 2 million vehicles, mostly sold in the United States, to fix a variety of potential safety defects. GM, the world's largest automaker, said the largest of the recalls includes nearly 1.5 million pickup trucks and sport utility vehicles with second-row seat belts that may be difficult to properly position across passengers' hips. GM said it voluntarily conducted that recall for safety reasons.
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