A defect in nearly 6 million GM cars could cause the car’s engine and electrical system to shut off, and disable the air bags. For a decade, GM and government safety regulators reportedly failed to address this defect, which has been implicated in the deaths of over 300 people in crashes where the front air bags did not deploy.
It has been reported that GM could have fixed the defective switch for as little as 57 cents per vehicle.
If you or a family member have been injured in an accident linked to a faulty GM ignition key or switch, please contact our Product Injury Attorney at Bart Durham Injury Law at 615-242-9000 for a prompt and confidential evaluation of your case.
List of GM Cars Recalled for Faulty Ignition Switches
From January through June 2014, GM has recalled the following cars:
- Buick Lacrosse – 2005-2009
- Buick Lucerne – 2006–2011
- Buick Regal LS & GS – 2004–2005
- Camaro – 2010-2014
- Chevrolet Cobalt – 2005 to 2010
- Chevrolet HHR – 2006 to 2011
- Chevrolet Impala – 2006-2014
- Chevy Monte Carlo – 2006–2008
- Cadillac Deville – 2000–2005
- Cadillac DTS – 2004–2011
- Opel GT – 2007 model year
- Pontiac G5 – 2007 to 2010
- Pontiac Pursuit – 2005 to 2006
- Pontiac Solstice – 2006 to 2010
- Saturn Ion – 2003 to 2007
- Saturn Sky – 2007 to 2010