GM Recalls 303,000 2014 Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra Pickups

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Approximately 303,000 redesigned 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks are being recalled due to a possible fire risk, according to USA Today. The newspaper reports there have been eight fires associated with the defect that could lead to the exhaust overheating.

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We'll have a full Recall Alert once the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration releases official details, but owners can make an appointment at a dealership now to get software reprogrammed to remedy the issue. Read the full story on USA Today for more information.

Fire risk: GM recalls 303,000 Chevrolet, GMC pickups (USA Today)

Comments 

Wain

In the world of recalls this is the real McCoy. Sometimes they issue recalls for silly stuff like a light bulb that burns up prematurely. Can you imagine doing 70 and suddenly you see fire flares shooting from the back of you truck.
Talk about the heartbeat of America.

GM, ford, and dodge would not be able to pay me to drive the new exhaust systems they have on vehicles now days. That is why I drive a 1989 ford 7.3l idi with a turbo and a straight pipe no fluids in my exhaust stream just pure American smoke. one more inefficient devise GM mad was the cdr valve or the check valve found on most vehicles and yes I toke the cdr valve of my truck and I am now running a good old American road draft tube. so suck it EPA

Christina

Just bought our new 2014 truck and have already had problems and now this. I wonder if I can exchange it for someting else if I feel unsafe.

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