GM recalls over 380,000 old SUV’s after suspension problems found

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A recall has been issued for more than 380,000 General Motors SUV’s in the U.S. in order to address a suspension problem that can cause vehicles to sway when reaching highway speeds.

GM decided on the recall after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened an investigation last year, according to WNDU.

Included in the recall are 2010 through 2016 Cadillac SRX and 2011 and 2012 Saab 9-4X SUVs.

Officials from GM say the rear suspension toe link adjuster may not have been tightened properly.

It is important to note that owners are being asked not to drive their vehicle if they see a dashboard warning light or experience any unusual steering behavior.

Dealers will replace the adjustable toe link with a non-adjustable one.

More on recalls can be found at the NHTSA website.

 

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