General Motors Corp. is voluntarily recalling 280,000 ’00-’02 Cadillac DeVilles because of faulty seatbelt pretensioners. GM discovered the problem during internal testing. The auto maker says the front and passenger seatbelts may not stay locked when the pretensioner is activated in moderate or severe crashes, allowing passengers to move forward. DeVilles built between May 1999 and May 2002 are affected.

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