General Motors Recalls 2018-2019 Vehicles Due to Spongy Brake Pedal Problem

Bad Break for GM as it Recalls 200K Vehicles for Brake Pedal Issues

 General Motors Recalls 2018-2019 Vehicles Due to Spongy Brake Pedal ProblemGeneral Motors has recalled thousands of vehicles due to a brake pedal problem that could lead to a collision.

The automaker is recalling 210,628 vehicles in the United States, specifically the 2018 and 2019 GMC Terrain, the Chevrolet Bolt, Impala, Malibu, Cruze, Equinox, and Volt as well as Buick Cadillac XTS, LaCrosse, Regal.

They are also recalling 19,385 of these vehicles in Canada.

The soft, spongy brake pedal problem in these vehicles stems from improperly chromed rear brake pistons that have been messing up the braking system’s hydraulic circuit as it forms gas.

The risk associated with this problem is the danger of being in a collision. Drivers may not be able to stop quickly enough to avoid a crash with another vehicle or pedestrians.

A similar problem plagued Fiat Chrysler Automobiles who last year recalled roughly 155,000 vans and SUVs. The automaker recalled the Dodge Grand Caravan and Jeep Cherokee and Compass models for the same reason.

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