GM recalls nearly 293,000 Chevy Cruzes GM last year recalled more than 475,000 2011 and 2012 Cruzes, one of the top-selling U.S. compact cars, because of a risk that dripping fluids could cause the engine to catch on fire. 08/16/2013 - 5:29 am | View Link
Fire Risk of Chevy Cruze Leads to GM Recall Approximately 53,000 of those recalled vehicles manufactured in 2011 and 2012 may also suffer from a loose fuel tank strap which could lead to leakage or spillage and, if near a source of ignition, could result in a fire. The recall will modify the engine ... 07/8/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
GM Recalls Nearly 500,000 Chevy Cruzes for...Engine Fires Concerns that Chevrolet Cruzes could catch fire have caused General Motors (GM ... First, 2,100 Cruzes were recalled when steering wheels started spontaneously falling off. But that was just the tip of the Titanic. Government Motors is now forced to ... 06/25/2012 - 4:51 am | View Link
GM recalls Chevy Cruzes General Motors has recalled thousands of its popular Chevy Cruzes for a potentially dangerous fire hazard. More than 400,000 2011 and 2012 Chevy Cruzes made in the U.S. are affected by the recall. Flammable liquids, like oil, could get trapped in the ... 06/24/2012 - 9:01 am | View Link
Over 400,000 Chevy Cruzes are being recalled The flaming fluid can than ignite the engine shield and lead to an engine compartment fire. In another action GM dealers will ... These recalls involve all Cruzes which were built in the United States from September 2010, when the car first went into ... 06/24/2012 - 4:49 am | View Link
Incoming Mayor Bill de Blasio will name William Bratton the city's new police commissioner Thursday, picking a man with a long track record in law enforcement who did the job in the 1990s. For the second time, Bratton will succeed Commissioner Raymond Kelly as head of the nation's largest police force.
That's one acrobatic cat! A female kitty has been caught on camera racing along thin tree branches and wire with a tiny kitten in her mouth. The heart-stopping footage shows the proud mom determinedly taking her newborn to the second floor of a building in Ukraine.
It's a Christmas story to warm the heart of the grumpiest Grinch. A young British girl who accidentally smashed a Christmas decoration in a department store wrote to bosses to say sorry — and even attached two pound coins to pay for the damage.