NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — If you own a General Motors vehicle, it’s worth the few seconds it takes to go on the company’s website to check if your car has been recalled.
GM announced additional recalls Saturday, bringing its 2014 count to about 30 million vehicles.
An ignition problem is at the heart of the latest recall.
On certain Pontiac G8 and Chevrolet Caprice models, the vehicles “may experience unintended key rotation from the ‘Run’ to ‘ACC’ position if the driver’s knee interacts with the ignition key,” according to GM.
GM is under fire after disclosing a fatal ignition switch flaw in February. CEO Mary Barra testified in front of Congress this spring to explain how the problem was overlooked for a decade.
The company has been reviewing all of its older vehicles for issues. CEO Mary Barra said last month the company is mostly done with that process.
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