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GM recalls 3.8 million vehicles in North America due to braking issue

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019
General Motors Co said Wednesday it was recalling 3.46 million U.S. pickup trucks and SUVs to address a vacuum pump issue that could make braking more difficult and that has been linked to 113 accidents and 13 injuries.
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General Motors Issues Recall of Nearly 3.5 Million Vehicles. The SUVs and pickup trucks are being recalled because of a braking issue. The braking issue increases the amount of distance required for the vehicle to come to a complete stop. To date, 13 injuries and 113 accidents have been caused by the...

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