General Motors Corp. is recalling nearly 2.1 million cars and trucks to fix an assortment of possible safety defects. The recall includes almost 1.5 million fullsize SUVs and pickups to repair a second-row center seatbelt that may be difficult to properly position across the passengerís hips. The lap portion of the seatbelt routing should be low and snug on the hips to minimize the risk of abdominal and internal organ injury in a crash. GM says the condition has not caused or contributed ...
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