General Motors Corp. is recalling some of its ’01 and ’02 midsize SUVs to fix seatbelts that were damaged in transit. An undetermined number of midsize SUVs, which include the Chevrolet TrailBlazer and GMC Envoy, are affected. While GM determined the damage was insignificant to passenger safety, the National Highway Transportation Safety Admin. concluded that the seat belts failed to fully comply with federal safety standards. It’s the second time in just over two months GM has ...

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