General announced the recall of over 14,000 vehicles, namely the Chevy Impala and Buick LaCrosse.
General Motors is recalling 10,344 Chevy Impalas built between April 19, 2011 and July 29, 2011. These Chevy Impalas are being recalled by GM for problems that are caused by an upper power-steering hose, which was installed too close to the catalytic converter. The heat generated by the catalytic converter can melt the power steering hose thereby allowing fluid to leak, and possibly even cause a fire.
Additionally, GM is recalling 4,077 Buick LaCrosse sedans built between June 9, 2011 and July 2, 2011, as their electronic stability-control systems may be improperly calibrated thereby causing the warning light not to illuminate and these vehicles may not properly detect a malfunctioning system.
If you have experienced problems multiple problems with your Buick LaCrosse relating to the electronic-stability control system, it is possible you may have a lemon law claim and that your Buick Lacrosse may be a lemon.
The same is true for owners of Chevy Impalas. If you have experienced issues relating to the power steering system and taken it in for multiple repairs, you may be driving a lemon Chevy Impala.
General Motors is sending out recall notices for this month.
If you have purchased or leased a Impala or LaCrosse that is part of this GM recall, make sure to call one of the experienced attorneys at Consumer Law Experts today for a free case evaluation.
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