GENERAL MOTORS (GM) IGNITION SWITCH RECALL
This content has been written by a team of legal writers and reviewed by Terry Crouppen
Brown & Crouppen is investigating injuries that happened in accidents involving the following models of General Motors vehicles:
- 2005-2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
- 2007 Pontiac G5
- 2006-2007 Chevrolet HHR SUV
- 2006-2007 Pontiac Solstice
- 2007 Saturn Sky
- 2003-2007 Saturn Ion
GM’S DELAYS IN NOTIFYING THE PUBLIC LEAD TO COURT CASES
Investigations indicate that when the ignition switch is jostled in these vehicles — by something as common as a heavy keyring — the engine can unexpectedly turn off, even if the car is traveling at a high rate of speed. The shut down also disables important guidance and safety components, such as the power steering, and may cause the airbags to not deploy in the event of a crash.
There have been hundreds of consumer complaints. GM knew about problems with the ignition switches as early as 2001, and in 2006, the company sent safety bulletins to car dealers regarding the ignition switches. GM has been investigated by both Congress and the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration because of the company’s failure to timely issue a recall or make the public aware of the dangers of the ignition switches.
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