SAO PAULO — General Motors Corp. is expected to recall more than 1 million Corsa small cars made in Brazil for faulty seatbelts. The recall involves all hatchbacks and sedans built during 1994. The seatbelts in the front seats of the cars could open by themselves due to a defective piece used in the safety belts, reports say. The recall also may affect vehicles exported from Brazil along with a line of pickup trucks built at the same time.

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