The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. is investigating more than 1.1 million General Motors Corp. minivans for potential arm injuries involving the power sliding door. NHTSA’s preliminary probe is centered on the ’98-’04 Chevrolet Venture, Oldsmobile Silhouette and Pontiac Montana minivans following 21 complaints from consumers including 19 cases of arm or wrist injuries, many involving broken bones. NHTSA also has stepped up a probe into faulty turn signals in 256,205 ’03 Chevy ...

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