General Motors announced two recalls on today for roughly 12,000 vehicles, one regarding faulty airbags, and the other for suspension issues.
The first recall affects four different 2012 model year vehicles: the Chevrolet Cruze, Sonic, Camaro and Buick Verano. The issue is a shorting bar that may contact the air bag terminals intermittently. If the two are in contact at the time of a collision, the front driver’s side airbag won’t deploy.
The second recall deals with only one vehicle, the 2013 Chevy Malibu. The problem in the Malibu stems from rear suspension bolts that may not have been tightened to the proper specifications. That can cause a sudden change in the vehicle’s handling, increasing the risk of a crash.
General Motors will contact affected owners and fix both problems free of charge. For more info, contact GM and find the phone number by scrolling over the link.