DETROIT – The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA) begins investigating complaints regarding faulty steering on General Motors Corp.’s ’97-model Pontiac Grand Prix. NHTSA has received 18 complaints thus far from Grand Prix owners who report sudden binding or lock-up of the steering rack and pinion. No injuries or fatalities have occurred as a result of the problem.

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