The 2016 Buick Verano is a hot mess. Or at least, it will be once it catches on fire from fuel line leaks.
keep reading article "2016 Verano Recalled Because They Keep Catching on Fire"
General Motors found fuel lines that were not shaped correctly, causing the lines to touch the engines once installed in the vehicles. The supplier investigated and determined the machine operator responsible for the lines apparently wasn't trained well enough.…
GM is recalling more cars because the engine block heater cord can get damaged in the cold.
That's right -- the device that's supposed to keep your engine toasty in the winter is unable to handle cold temperatures. That's like a snow tire deflating as soon as you drive over ice. Maybe GM needs to install an engine-block-heater heater? The affected cars all have the optional Calix oil pan / block heaters.…keep reading article "Engine Block Heaters Can't Handle the Cold"
Americans will soon celebrate the 4th of July with a weekend full of hot dogs and fireworks.
The only thing that's more All-American these days is a massive GM recall, and GM is happy to oblige with its 54th recall of the year, involves 8.4 million vehicles.…keep reading article "Encore and Verano Part of GM's Block Heater Recall"