GM Faulty Ignition Switch Issues Extend to Its Website

General Motors website ignition switch recall issues
It hasn’t been a good year for General Motors and recalls. Those recall troubles aren’t limited to just vehicles, but also to its website. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) regulators have called out GM saying people who search its website to see if their car is one which has a defective ignition switch are being told their car is OK, when it’s actually on the recall list.

The Federal regulators say that when the vehicle identification number (VIN) is entered into the GM website to identify those cars that have been recalled and need repairs, the website is giving the incorrect information to some owners. GM maintains a website which is supposed to mak


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One Response to GM Faulty Ignition Switch Issues Extend to Its Website

  1. bill says:

    Just one more reason I will never buy a General Motors car. It’s one thing to have a faulty part, it’s another to know you have one and hide it for years as people die.

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