General Motors Corp.’s fullsize pickup trucks and SUVs are being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. for possible cracked steel wheels. NHTSA reportedly has begun a preliminary investigation into ’99-’03 model year trucks and SUVs due to two complaints of cracked wheels. A GM spokesman tells Reuters the cracks could cause a slow leak in the tires. Only models with 6-bolt, 16-in. by 6.5-in. (17-cm) full-face steel wheels are included in the investigation. Most of ...
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