Despite the tens of millions of recalled vehicles this year, it's somewhat rare that we get a glimpse into what goes into deciding when to conduct one of these safety campaigns. New documents published by General Motors and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are giving us an interesting opportunity to see how the sausage is made and show the number of meetings it takes to declare a recall.
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|# of Recalls||Component Affected|
|2009 Saturn VUE||2||Steering||More Details|
|2008 Saturn VUE||3||Latches/locks/linkages, Steering, Power Train||More Details|
|2004 Saturn VUE||2||Electrical System, Equipment||More Details|
|2003 Saturn VUE||1||Electrical System||More Details|
|2002 Saturn VUE||2||Electrical System, Seat Belts||More Details|
General Motors has another spate of recalls to announce. This time they cover 312,280 vehicles worldwide, including 269,041 of in the US, in a total of six campaigns. In 2014, the automaker has recalled 29,079,765 vehicles worldwide, with 25,754,356 of those in the US.