General Motors Recalls Chevrolet Impala Over Faulty Seatbelts

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General Motors has recalled over 300,000 Chevrolet Impalas.  The recall effects only 2009 and 2010 year model vehicles.  The Impalas are being recalled because General Motors determined through warranty claims that seatbelts in the front seats may not be properly anchored, which can cause the seatbelts to separate during a crash and leave passengers unrestrained. Customers will be notified by General Motors’ dealers by …

Toyota Recalls 3.8 Million Vehicles

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Today, Toyota Motor Sales, USA announced it was recalling approximately 3.8 million vehicles to address problems with removable floor mats that could cause the accelerator to become stuck and lead to a crash.  This recall is the largest recall in Toyota’s history. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the federal government has received notice of 102 incidents involving …

Mitsubishi Recalls 2010 Endeavor For Defective Airbags

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Mitsubishi has recalled 531 Endeavor model vehicles from the 2010 model year as a result of certain vehicles having potentially defective airbags. Specifically, the recall results from the retainer bracket for seat-mounted airbags on both the driver and passenger side airbags being incorrectly welded. If the faulty welding condition exists in a vehicle, the side airbags may not deploy correctly …