there are no ignition problems with GM cars period, they were saying that with 27 million cars there was what? 13 failures?? that doesn't even register on the scale.. I bet every manufacturer has 13 ignition failures out of 27 million cars.. ignition switches have always been a common thing to wear out on cars.
cars break down & stop running all the time, it's a normal occurance and is not a deadly situation, you simply pull over on the side of the road, same as you would with a blown tire, and this is also why drivers are suppose to leave following distance. As a professional truck driver for 3 years I had18 wheelers shut-off twice while traveling down the interstate, once for a broken ECU wire and once for some other unknown reason, it wasn;t a big deal, 1 I just pulled over, the 2nd I just restarted the truck while still rolling. so If this could happen to a loaded 18 wheeler and not be a disaster why is it a major issue on a car?
this thing was blown way out of proportion by the government run media.
this was simply to scare people into bringing there cars in so the latest government spy software & sensors could be installed....as stated in the Silent weapons for quiet wars government document now public. afterall that's why they designed onstar in the first place. we already had cell phones, what the hect do you need onstar for?
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