GM recalls half million Chevy Camaros because of key fob problems


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In what has become a regular occurrence, General Motors today announced yet another recall. This time, the troubled auto giant is recalling more than a half million Chevy Camaros throughout North America.

The company said it discovered problems with the key ignition and driver's seat positioning. The knee of a driver may bump the key fob and move the key out of the run position, which could result in the loss of power to the vehicle.

General Motors said it was aware of three crashes that resulted in four minor injuries as a result of the defect.

The recall covers a total of 511,528 Camaros from the 2010-2014 model years.

The latest action brings to more than 16 million the number of GM vehicles recalled this year alone. The most troubling of the recalls involved faulty ignition switches on 2.6 million vehicles that have led to 13 known fatalities.

The GM recall lawyers at Ross Feller Casey are investigating serious accident involving defective General Motors vehicles.

If you or a loved one was seriously injured in an accident involving a faulty ignition switch or other problems with a recalled GM vehicle, you should contact our General Motors recall attorneys immediate for a free case review.

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