General Motors Corp. reportedly is calling back some 425,593 ’03-’06 Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana fullsize passenger and cargo vans due to seatbelts that will not latch or unlatch properly, the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. says. The auto maker says there have been no reports of injuries resulting from the defect. GM dealers reportedly have been instructed to inspect and replace the seatbelt’s upper buckle cover or replace the entire buckle assembly if the unit is not ...

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