GM Recalls Another 2.4 Million Cars

General Motors is recalling a total 2.42 million vehicles to fix four separate safety flaws, nearly matching the 2.6 million cars GM recalled earlier this year for a deadly ignition switch flaw. The automaker says the huge new recall is part of its “continuing effort to quickly address emerging safety issues.” There have been no fatalities associated with these recalls. GM has added 35 product investigators since the beginning of 2014, and, including those announced today, has initiated 29 safety and non-compliance recalls in the U.S. so far this year. Two of the recalls involve fewer than 100 vehicles.

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