General Motors Corp. says it is recalling about 51,000 ’03 Cadillac CTS sedans, built between October 2001 and Feb. 2, 2003, due to a possible loose bolt in the steering shaft. GM says no accidents or injuries have been reported due to the problem, but it does know of two incidents where customers lost steering control. GM says 48,000 of the recalled vehicles were sold in the U.S. and 2,000 were sold in Canada. GM dealers will be tightening the bolt, if necessary, to fix the problem.

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