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GM Recalls 3.5 Million Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC Vehicles For Ignition Switch & Other Flaws Page 2

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GM recalls for 2014 as of 6-17-14

RECALL #5: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette
UNITS AFFECTED: 961

This recall involves Corvettes that were delivered with Competition Sport Seats. If a child is traveling in the passenger's seat, and if that child isn't wearing a safety belt, a problem with the door trim could prevent the passenger's seat side air bag from deploying properly in the event of an accident.

The fix for this problem involves a redesigned airbag, which dealers will install free of charge. GM hasn't indicated when this recall will begin in earnest, but asks owners not to allow small children in the front seat until the vehicle has been fixed. (Pro tip: that might be good advice to follow even after the vehicle has been repaired.)

RECALL #6: 2014-2015 Chevrolet Silverado; 2014-2015 GMC Sierra
UNITS AFFECTED: 184

The smallest of today's recalls involves pickup trucks that came with vinyl floors and all-weather floor mats. The factory mats have no attachments to hold them in place, and in certain instances, they can slide beneath the driver's feet.

GM hasn't said when it will send out notifications about the problem, but once that happens, owners will be able to take their vehicles to a dealership for a complete refund. 

READ: Ford Admits To MPG Blunder, Downgrades Fuel Economy For Six Models

For a rundown of every GM recall issued to date in 2014, check out the handy chart above.

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