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Recall Alert: 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500

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Chevy 2014 Silver Alert Recall

Well I wouldn't have imagined a small oil leak to cause fires.

Posted by: Anthony_D85 | Mar 29, 2014 10:40:00 AM

I can't believe that vehicles always been recalled has become normal and widely accepted by the public. It's almost time to impose automotive manufactures to be required by law to put x amount of kilometers on the odometer problem free on x amount of vehicles before they are allowed to sell to the public.

I basically feel that these companies aren't taking pride in what they are doing and not worried about upholding their reputations, to have vehicles always being recalled because they push designs out the door before thoroughly testing the quality and reliability of their products.

Shame on all manufactures that frequently have their vehicles recalled.

Posted by: Toaster | Mar 29, 2014 11:02:30 AM

I'll predict that GM will take over Chrysler/Ram/Fiat concerning the amount of recalls!

Posted by: woopud | Mar 29, 2014 11:43:35 AM

This is pretty much the last thing that GM needs right now. To be fair, most of these recalls are more of a media circus than anything else. I can think of a lot worse things that GM should of recalled in the past but somehow avoided. Even though the media has blown things out of proportion, I feel no sympathy for GM because in my mind, compared to other past things they should have recalled, they really got off easy. Ignition switches are easy to replace as is checking a hose fitting.

Posted by: HEMI MONSTER | Mar 29, 2014 11:44:08 AM


Have you ever been diagnosed? You sound profoundly stupid!

Perfect cars are available--they cost about as much as bleeping Space Shuttle. Is that what you want?

There is no perfection resulting from human hands--get used to it!

Posted by: papa jim | Mar 29, 2014 11:49:06 AM

When it rains it pours.

Posted by: HEMI V8 | Mar 29, 2014 11:54:43 AM

@Hemi V8

Media circus is right!

Our noble president has his tit in a wringer over the Russians getting uppity, so our wimpy news media in Washington would rather cover stories about a lost airliner in B-F Egypt somewhere or some stupid story about ignition switches than do their real F-ing job an shine a light on the pathetic White House.

Instead we will be bombarded with stupid stories like this one, and the gay news coverage of Kim Kardashian's upcoming wedding till you're ready to puke. You are going to know Kim's dress size before they're done with you.

Posted by: papa jim | Mar 29, 2014 11:56:58 AM

Sadly the consumer is doing a lot of the testing of new products for all the manufactures. Saves them millions and they don't care about reputation.

Posted by: Fred the man | Mar 29, 2014 12:59:18 PM


You have got to be a liberal, their answer is always to make more laws!

Posted by: hdmax | Mar 29, 2014 1:33:40 PM

Recalls don't bother me, waiting for someone to die before issuing a recall does.
Here's to GM staying ahead of the game.

Posted by: Old Man | Mar 29, 2014 2:12:17 PM

There are a lot of recalls recently. I agree I would rather be informed about these recalls but it does seem to be a lot. Much of these recalls are due to the quality of the outsourced parts. Every manufacturer is looking for ways to cut costs. Nothing wrong with trying to save money but with the number of recalls it makes you feel that maybe they have cut too much. I agree a perfect vehicle would be too expensive but there should be more quality control.

Posted by: Jeff S | Mar 29, 2014 3:34:17 PM

@Jeff S

You're worse than Toaster!

Automakers cannot build cars without outsourcing.

I worked on a automation project for Honda about 12 years ago. At the time they were trying to go from over 200 vendors in the supply chain to about 80. It was killing 'em.

Ever vendor loved Honda but they said working with Honda's supply-chain engineers was driving them crazy.

Posted by: papa jim | Mar 29, 2014 3:58:44 PM

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