General Motors Issues Recall Order For 50000 Chevrolet Volt Due To Carbon …

13 Mar 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

GM recalls 64,000 Chevy Volts over idling concerns.

An Australian recall notice is expected for the next week following a safety bulletin being issued for 64,000 Chevrolet Volt versions of the same hybrid electric vehicle in the US overnight.

The problem is that the Volt’s back-up petrol engine automatically switches on once the battery drains if drivers forget to switch off the car after it has been driven in electric mode. A statement from General Motors in North America said: “If the (petrol) engine runs for a long period of time within an enclosed space, such as a garage, carbon monoxide could build up.” Holden issued a record 14 recalls last year after its parent company General Motors was taken to task for covering up a recall for an ignition fault on cars dating back 10 years, which has so far been linked to at least 36 deaths in North America.

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