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The NHTSA is examining 190,000 GM SUVs with faulty rearview cameras.

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NHTSA action number PE22006 will affect 190,151 GM cars between 2020 and 2021.

Rearview cameras aren’t working correctly, according to the Office of Defects Investigation, which has received complaints from twelve owners.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Office of Defects Investigation is also aware of the accident, which has been assigned the identification number 11463901.

Due to my backup camera’s lack of notice, I crashed. When I’m backing up, I don’t realize a vehicle is behind me until it’s there.

According to the Acadia’s owner, the dealership has examined the vehicle and found nothing wrong with it.

NHTSA ID 11429267 is also worth noting because of the following: “Since purchasing the car in December 2020, rear camera vision has been intermittent.

At first, I thought there was a problem with the car’s driver. On the other side, I’ve been told that a module has to be modified,

It’s not for sale and unlikely to be made soon. This fault disables the parking assistance system. There’s no timeline for fixing the module.

These two complaints from General Motors car owners reaffirm the company’s reputation as a bad one.

Customers, namely those who paid for the restructuring of General Motors in 2009, deserve a slap in their face when the business fails to detect or fix this flaw on time.


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