General Motors Corp. reportedly is recalling more than 32,301 ’04 Chevrolet Aveos due to a potential problem with the rear seat safety belts. The retractor on the seat belts may lock in position, rendering them useless in the event of a crash, according to Reuters, citing an advisory on the website of the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. The recall is Aveo’s second black eye since the car went on sale in late 2003. GM ordered its dealers in February to stop selling the Aveo ...

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