General Motors Corp. is recalling some 636,000 midsize SUVs in the U.S. and Canada to patch a vent hole in the windshield wiper module and inspect the circuit board and electrical connector for corrosion. It’s GM’s second major recall in four days. GM recalled about 1.8 million cars Feb. 6 to fix an electrical defect that can spark fires in the steering column. The latest recall involves certain ’02 and ’03 Chevrolet TrailBlazers, TrailBlazer EXTs, GMC Envoys, Envoy XLs, Oldsmobile ...

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