By Anna Prior
General Motors Co. on Wednesday unveiled six recalls covering 717,950 vehicles in the U.S., citing a variety of safety issues.
Those safety concerns include loose bolts on power-height adjustable driver or front passenger seats in more than 400,000 model year 2011-2012 Chevrolet Camaros, 2010-2012 Chevrolet Equinoxs and GMC Terrains, among other vehicles, as well as potentially incomplete welding on certain seat hooks in more than 120,000 recent model Chevrolet Caprices, Silverado LD and HDs, Cadillac ATS and CTS, among other vehicles.
Other recalls include more than 120,000 model year 2011-2013 Buick Regals and 2013 model year Chevrolet Malibus to fix issues related to front turn signal light bulbs, more than 57,000 model year 2014 Chevrolet Impalas with belt-drive electric power steering, as well as nearly 2,000 recent model year Chevrolet Sparks imported from Korea that were assembled with a lower control arm bolt not fastened to specification.
GM (NYSE:GM) has recalled more than 29 million cars throughout North America since the start of the year.
In late June, the auto maker announced six recalls covering 8.45 million vehicles in North America for a variety of issues, chief among them was unintended ignition key rotation in older Chevrolet Malibus and five other models.