General Motors Corp. recalls about 337,000 ’02 GMC Envoy, Chevrolet TrailBlazer and Oldsmobile Bravada SUVs due to faulty seatbelt sensors. The U.S. National Highway Traffic and Safety Admin. reports one of the two seatbelt sensors in the driver and passenger seatbelt retractors may not work. The seatbelts will lock during a crash, but may not lock during deceleration, say reports. Including the new recall, GM has called back some 8 million vehicles this year vs. 3.9 million for all of ...

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