General Motors called to review 368.000 vehicles in the U.S.

General MotorsAfter the storm lived in General Motors by the crisis of the ram defective, it seems that the american giant are starting to be taken seriously security issues that they can have their cars. For this reason, General Motors just reported that will call 368.000 vehicles in the united States to review a possible defect in the windscreen, front. With this call to review General Motors seeks to redeem themselves before their customers and make them see that they are concerned about the safety of their cars and their customers.

According to the National Administration of Safety in the Road Traffic of the united States (NHTSA for its acronym in English), the models affected would be the Chevrolet Equinox and Terrain GMC. This call to review affects two of the biggest brands in the american group. Nothing strange, as many of the models that sell use the same components mechanical, or other accessories with a different brand and packaging.

General MotorsGeneral Motors has reported that in between the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain could be found a few units manufactured from 2012 with corrosion in the ball joints of the wiper. This anomaly could cause a malfunction of the system causing it to stop working or do so incorrectly. Both Chevrolet as GMC in these days will call their clients to inform them that they must go through the official service nearest to your home.

This call to review will not have any cost for the customers, although their models are no longer in warranty. When the customers go by the official service, they will explain that shall review, and if necessary replace, the system of the windshield wipers, because if it does not work correctly in case of need the client could lose visibility and increase the chances of an accident.

Source – General Motors