General Motors announced on Monday three new recalls — not related to last month’s ignition switch recall — that involve more than 1.5 million vehicles.
The big automaker also said it will take a $300 million charge against first-quarter earnings to pay for the four recalls.
GM said the trio of new recalls is “a result of (CEO) Mary Barra’s request for a comprehensive internal safety review following the ignition switch recall.”
Last month’s switch recall of 1.62 million vehicles worldwide has triggered federal investigations into why GM knew of a switch problem as early as 2001 but recalled the cars only last month. Twelve deaths and 31 crashes have been linked to the switch recall.
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