Jun 06, 2014

By Bob Komsic

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GM is now recalling over 89,000 vehicles, including about 10,500 in Canada, because of flaws that could prevent air bags from deploying, among other problems.

The automaker’s recalling 31,520 of the Buick Veranos and Chevy Camaros, Cruzes and Sonics saying the air bags might not open.

At least one person was hurt in a related crash.

GM’s also recalling 57,512 others vehicles, including the Chevy Silverado LD and GMC Sierra LD because the warning sound that lets drivers know they left the key in the ignition when the doors open also may not work.

Since February, General Motors recalled 2.6-million vehicles because of an ignition switch problem that’s linked to at least 13 deaths, including one in Canada.

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