No, this isn't about fiery gasoline tanks. But GM is recalling 1993, '94 and '95 Chevrolet and GMC full-size pickup trucks. The problems range from collapsing seat backs to seat belts that can come unlatched under certain conditions. There have been 22 accidents reported from front seat backs suddenly reclining in the 1993-'94 Chevrolet and GMC extended cab pickups. The recall covers 748,000 of those trucks. Another 630,000 trucks from model years 1994 and '95, including 450,000 covered by the seat-back recall, are being called in to fix defects in the seat belt latches. Separately, GM is recalling 47,900 1995 Pontiac Sunfires to replace an instrument panel trim plate that could deform in high temperatures and block the driver's view of the transmission indicator. Cadillac is recalling 13,243 1996 Deville and Concours sedans to adjust hood latches that might not fully engage, allowing hoods to come open when the car is moving. Chevrolet and Pontiac are calling in 10,600 Lumina and TransSport minivans that may have a defective accelerator cable bracket that could prevent the engine from returning to idle speed.