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The latest recalls cover almost 475,000 vehicles - mostly pickup trucks and S-U-Vs from the 2014 and '15 model years.
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Three more recalls have been announced by General Motors, raising its total to 48 so far this year.
    
The latest recalls cover almost 475,000 vehicles - mostly pickup trucks and SUVs from the 2014 and '15 model years. It includes 467,000 four-wheel-drive Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups, as well as GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban SUVs.
    
GM says a software glitch can cause the transmissions to shift into neutral on their own.
    
More than 50.000 of the affected vehicles were sold in Canada.
    
So far this year, more than 20-million GM vehicles have been recalled worldwide for various problems.

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  1. dean posted on 06/28/2014 07:02 AM
    just more defected products produced by lazy union layabouts. can u all say gaaaaaarbaaaaage?
    1. Sammy from Scarborough posted on 06/28/2014 11:42 AM
      @dean Nice try - but this has nothing to do with unions, a$$hole!

      The problem is a computer software problem.
      That makes it, by default, an outsourced job, not a GM job.

      Most IT jobs in the world are non-union jobs, fool.

      Why don't you ask the resident IT "expert", Karl Burgin about the problem.
      He has what he thinks are answers to everything.
    2. Mark7 posted on 06/28/2014 09:09 PM
      @Sammy from Scarborough Karl ALWAYS has the most intelligent answers, fool. That is why many despise him. He can show people up for what most of them are, idiots. Unlike the drivel that comes from you in your posts....
  2. Karl Burgin posted on 06/28/2014 10:31 AM
    FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS
  3. john posted on 06/28/2014 11:38 AM
    in other news . GM has news that there is another recall on expensive tin cans .
    1. john's uncle posted on 06/28/2014 11:43 AM
      @john Another waste of not-quite-words from john.

      Get back to the basement, fool.
  4. ernie posted on 06/28/2014 03:51 PM
    All these recalls will mean that automakers will no longer be able to obtain liability insurance for recalls. this will them result in costs being passed to the suppliers.

    How many Chinese suppliers do you think will carry their own recall i surance?
    1. HP posted on 06/28/2014 04:06 PM
      @ernie Product liability insurance is essential for all their suppliers and the car assemblers, however many companies decide to self-insure or their governments cover their potential exposure.

      GM is currently self-insuring their liabilities and it's costing their shareholders about $1 billion every quarter. It's all tax deductible so everyone gets to pay except the executives that made those bad decisions...they're still getting their bonus and pensions.
  5. dean posted on 06/28/2014 05:05 PM
    how about this old union saying for all u auto loafters.
    Garbage in garbage out.

    now you all have a nice rest as u prepare to call in sick monday.
    1. Sammy from Scarborough posted on 06/28/2014 07:38 PM
      @dean Nice try (AGAIN !!) - but this has nothing to do with unions, a$$hole!

      The problem is a computer software problem.
      That makes it, by default, an outsourced job, not a GM job.

      Most IT jobs in the world are non-union jobs, fool.

      Why don't you ask the resident IT "expert", Karl Burgin about the problem.
      He has what he thinks are answers to everything.
    2. Mark7 posted on 06/28/2014 09:12 PM
      @Sammy from Scarborough Karl ALWAYS has the most intelligent answers, fool. That is why many despise him. He can show people up for what most of them are, idiots. Unlike the drivel that comes from you in your posts....
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Three more recalls have been announced by General Motors, raising its total to 48 so far this year.
    
The latest recalls cover almost 475,000 vehicles - mostly pickup trucks and SUVs from the 2014 and '15 model years. It includes 467,000 four-wheel-drive Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups, as well as GMC Yukon and Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban SUVs.
    
GM says a software glitch can cause the transmissions to shift into neutral on their own.
    
More than 50.000 of the affected vehicles were sold in Canada.
    
So far this year, more than 20-million GM vehicles have been recalled worldwide for various problems.

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  1. dean posted on 06/28/2014 07:02 AM
    just more defected products produced by lazy union layabouts. can u all say gaaaaaarbaaaaage?
    1. Sammy from Scarborough posted on 06/28/2014 11:42 AM
      @dean Nice try - but this has nothing to do with unions, a$$hole!

      The problem is a computer software problem.
      That makes it, by default, an outsourced job, not a GM job.

      Most IT jobs in the world are non-union jobs, fool.

      Why don't you ask the resident IT "expert", Karl Burgin about the problem.
      He has what he thinks are answers to everything.
    2. Mark7 posted on 06/28/2014 09:09 PM
      @Sammy from Scarborough Karl ALWAYS has the most intelligent answers, fool. That is why many despise him. He can show people up for what most of them are, idiots. Unlike the drivel that comes from you in your posts....
  2. Karl Burgin posted on 06/28/2014 10:31 AM
    FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS FORD MORE YEARS
  3. john posted on 06/28/2014 11:38 AM
    in other news . GM has news that there is another recall on expensive tin cans .
    1. john's uncle posted on 06/28/2014 11:43 AM
      @john Another waste of not-quite-words from john.

      Get back to the basement, fool.
  4. ernie posted on 06/28/2014 03:51 PM
    All these recalls will mean that automakers will no longer be able to obtain liability insurance for recalls. this will them result in costs being passed to the suppliers.

    How many Chinese suppliers do you think will carry their own recall i surance?
    1. HP posted on 06/28/2014 04:06 PM
      @ernie Product liability insurance is essential for all their suppliers and the car assemblers, however many companies decide to self-insure or their governments cover their potential exposure.

      GM is currently self-insuring their liabilities and it's costing their shareholders about $1 billion every quarter. It's all tax deductible so everyone gets to pay except the executives that made those bad decisions...they're still getting their bonus and pensions.
  5. dean posted on 06/28/2014 05:05 PM
    how about this old union saying for all u auto loafters.
    Garbage in garbage out.

    now you all have a nice rest as u prepare to call in sick monday.
    1. Sammy from Scarborough posted on 06/28/2014 07:38 PM
      @dean Nice try (AGAIN !!) - but this has nothing to do with unions, a$$hole!

      The problem is a computer software problem.
      That makes it, by default, an outsourced job, not a GM job.

      Most IT jobs in the world are non-union jobs, fool.

      Why don't you ask the resident IT "expert", Karl Burgin about the problem.
      He has what he thinks are answers to everything.
    2. Mark7 posted on 06/28/2014 09:12 PM
      @Sammy from Scarborough Karl ALWAYS has the most intelligent answers, fool. That is why many despise him. He can show people up for what most of them are, idiots. Unlike the drivel that comes from you in your posts....
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