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GM Recalls More Than 1.5 Million Vehicles Due To Fire Hazard

General Motors announced today that for the second time in two years it will recall vehicles because of a manufacturing defect that could potentially cause fires in a variety of popular model vehicles. More than 1.5 million automobiles are involved in this recall, including pickup trucks, sedans, crossovers, and sport utility vehicles manufactured between 2006 and 2009.

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Chrysler Recalls More Than A Half Million Vehicles

Chrysler has announced that it will be performing a voluntary recall on over 35,000 Dodge and Jeep vehicles across several countries for potentially sticky pedals in response to the recent Toyota recall, as their pedals are supplied by the same company. The recall focuses on those vehicles with manufacture dates ranging between March 7 and May 19, 2006. Chrysler reports that these vehicles are equipped with brake-override software, and that they do not consider the possible defect to be a safety issue; however, the manufacturer opted to perform the recall voluntarily.

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Baby Sling Recall Tops One Million In March

Earlier in March, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning about two different baby slings. According to the CPSC, both the Infantino brand “SlingRider” and “Wendy Bellissimo” baby slings could pose potentially hazardous conditions to young infants causing them to suffocate. Since that warning, more than one million of the infant slings were recalled last week.

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Avandia Side Effects Linked to Saudi Drug Recall

Avandia, also known by the scientific name of Rosiglitazone, is an anti-diabetic drug that was first introduced in 1998 and works as an insulin sensitizer. The use of the drug makes fat cells more responsive to insulin by binding to the fat cells PPAR (peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor) receptors. The pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline has been the sole marketer of Avandia, but the pharmaceutical giant’s marketing efforts have recently been suspended in Saudi Arabia due to concerns about the drug.

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Hyundai announces safety recall for defective front door latches

Hyundai Motor Corp. has announced a recall of more than 47,000 2011 Sonatas, and has suspended sales of the popular vehicle in the U.S. until a problem with front door latches is corrected. The South Korean automaker has found that in some testing cases the front doors were not closing properly and that could lead to unexpected opening of front driver and passenger side doors. While the majority of vehicles involved in this recall were manufactured and sold in South Korea through December 6, there were more than 1,300 sold in the U.S. as recently as February 16.

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Honda announces additional vehicles in ongoing recall for faulty airbags

Honda Motor Co. has announced that it will add an additional 437,000 vehicles to an ongoing recall for faulty air bags in certain 2001 and 2002 models of the Accord, Civic, Odyssey, and CR-V, as well as some 2002 Acura TL sedans. The recall was first announced in November 2008 as more than 500,000 vehicles were involved. The latest addition brings the recall total to almost 1 million vehicles.

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