General Motors Ignition Recall Letters

Below is what millions of General Motors owners have or will be receiving in the mail about the General Motors Recall for faulty ignitions. General Motors is advising on the course of action for owner's of these vehicles that may be at risk due to faulty ignition switches.

Some of the information that General Motors is providing to it's customers include:

Why is your (General Motors) vehicle being recalled?

There is a risk, under certain conditions, that your ignition switch may move out of the “run” position, resulting in a partial loss of electrical power and turning off the engine. This risk increases if your key ring is carrying added weight (such as more keys or the key fob) or your vehicle experiences rough road conditions or other jarring or impact related events. If the ignition switch is not in the run position, the air bags may not deploy if the vehicle is involved in a crash, increasing the risk of injury or fatality. Until the recall repairs have been performed, it is very important that you r remove all items from your key ring , leaving only the vehicle key. The key fob (if applicable), should also be removed from your key ring.

What we (General Motors) Will Do?

PARTS ARE NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE, but when parts are do? available, your will replace the ignition switch on your vehicle. This service will be performed for you at no charge . Because of scheduling requirements, it is likely that your dealer will need your vehicle longer than the actual service correction time of approximately 4 0 minutes. We are working as quickly as possible to obtain parts, and expect to have parts beginning in April of this year. We will contact you as soon as parts are available so that you can schedule an appointment with your dealer to have your vehicle repaired.

What should you do (About the General Motors Recall)?

When GM notifies you that parts are available, you should contact your dealer to arrange a service appointment. In the meantime, remove all items other than the vehicle key from your key ring.

Did you already pay for this (Your General Motors Recall) repair?

When GM notifies you that parts are available, GM will also provide instructions for you to request reimbursement if you paid for repairs for the recall condition previously.

What the General Recall Motors Recall Letter Doesn't Say

In this latest General Motors Recall Letter there are many questions that have not been answered. We have received feedback from many potential clients who ask many questions not covered in this General Motors Recall letters.

  • What should General Motors customers do if they were in an accident?
  • What will General Motors do about my insurance increasing due to a GM Recall accident?
  • Who should I contact if I was injured in a General Motors Recall accident?
  • What should I do if I loved one died as a result of General Motors Recall accident?
  • What if the value of my car or truck is diminished due to the General Motors recall?

If you have any additional questions after reading this General Motors recall letter we have lawyers standing by to help you. Millions of Americans have suffered various side effects from this massive recall and we are dedicated to getting you the justice you deserve.

How to File a General Motors Claim

The law firm of BCA has extensive experience in automobile recall Claims. Each GM Recall claim is unique and our General Motors claim lawyers will help walk you through the steps to make sure you get a maximum recovery. We have represented numerous victims of negligence, as well as the families of those victims. We will review every aspect of your General Motors Recall claim. We will communicate with you constantly regarding status of your claim. If you have been a victim due to the recall of General Motor automobiles, contact our General Motors Recall Claim Lawyers for a Free General Motors Claim Evaluation or contact us today at: 855-435-5839.

 

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