General Motors has already made an announcement about the recall of various cars that have ignition switch problems, but General Motors has now made fresh announcement that they are expanding the recall of certain model years of vehicles made from 2003 to 2007. The automaker said that they would like to recall all the vehicles that might have ignition switch issues. It was announced that the recall has been made to correct a condition with the ignition switch that may allow the key to unintentionally move and turn off the engine and other electrical components in the vehicle.
General Motors said that this recall will affect around 1.37 million cars that were built between 2003 and 2007. This means that now apart from Chevrolet Cobalts and Pontiac G5 cars, many Saturn Ions, Chevrolet HHRs and Pontiac Solstices and Saturn Sky models will also be recalled. General Motor also revealed that there have been six fatalities and therefore they want to make sure that they can offer better safety to the passengers. General Motors also said that they will notify the customers with all the repairs and checks that have been done to their cars at free of cost and apologize for the inconvenience that will be caused to the customers.
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