GM recalls new Celta for suspension flaw SAO PAULO — General Motors Corp. recalls its new Brazilian-built Celta due to a suspension flaw. The automaker will replace the suspension control arms on 14,666 Celtas built since launch earlier this summer. The automaker says the recall is purely preventative and was not responsible for any accidents. It is the second recall for GM in recent months. The automaker called back 1.3 million Corsa cars in Brazil as a result of a seatbelt problem. ...
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