General Motors Recalls Trucks Due to Fuel Leak

General Motors Chevrolet Silverado 2012

General Motors is recalling 49,000 trucks worldwide due to a fuel leak.

The recall includes the Chevrolet Silverado and the GMC Sierra 3500 from years 2011-2015.

These vehicles contain dual fuel tanks. The first fuel tank low fuel indicator may become stuck, causing the second fuel tank to overfill the first. This could cause the first fuel tank to expand and touch the drive shaft, creating a hole and potential fuel leak. This increases the risk of fire.

Owners will not begin to be notified until December 18th, ONE WHOLE MONTH from now. This is especially a problem for the holiday season as drivers may be traveling via their cars.

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Please feel free to contact us immediately by email or phone 877-955-3666(inside California) or 619-531-7999.

We want to immediately help you with your Chevrolet and GMC lemons.


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