GM Recalls Midsize Cars To Fix Brake Problem
General Motors is recalling about 8,200 midsize cars to fix a problem with the front brakes. Since January, GM has recalled about 11.2 million cars and trucks. GM says Friday that rear brake rotors were mistakenly installed on the front. The rear rotors are thinner, so brake pads will wear faster and could lose contact with the brake calipers. Dealers were told to stop delivering the cars on May 1. Owners will get letters starting May 29.
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