General Motors Corp. is recalling about 1.9 million ’95-’97 model Chevrolet Cavalier and Pontiac Sunfire small cars and ’96-’97 Buick Skylark, Pontiac Grand Am, and Oldsmobile Achieva midsize cars. High electrical current flowing through the ignition switch could cause a fire in the steering column, GM says. There have been no reports of fires while the vehicles were in motion, but fires did start after owners tried to start their vehicles, GM says. There have been some reports of smoke ...

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