• limitool avatar limitool Posted: 4/13/2011 8:18am PDT

    Not only GM but many, many auto makers have a similar problem. I worked for GM for almost 31 as an assembler. This steering wheel occurrence is one of many that consumers' deal with. I tried to correct fastener related issues the last 6 years of my employment with GM. The world would be aghast at what has entered into the "consumer world". Anyone interested please see a article I wrote for ASSEMBLY MAGAZINE in Nov. of 2010 entitled "Error Proof Fastening at GM". GM took us (a partner) from assembly into engineering and mandated our corrections throughout North America to correct this "steering wheel" problem along with MANY other critical assembly operations including electrical grounds. The fox is guarding the henhouse.

  • fb_100001181340372 avatar fb_100001181340372 Posted: 4/13/2011 8:02pm PDT

    its not a new gm, its the same piece of overpriced crap company its always been.