GM Announces 2015 Ignition System Recall

(WLNS) – The New Year is not starting kindly to General Motors.

The automaker announced its first recall of 2015 just hours into January. More than 92,000 trucks and SUVs are being recalled for a defect in the ignition system. GM says a part in the ignition system may be too big making it hard to turn the key when it gets too hot inside the cab.

The models include Chevrolet Silverado, Avalanche, Tahoe, and Suburban, as well as the Cadillac Escalade and the GMC Sierra and Yukon.

According to the company no injuries or crashes have been reported.

GM recalled more than 2.5 million small cars last year for faulty ignition switches. That recall has been linked to at least 42 deaths.

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