GM Recalls 2,000 Chevy Cruze Vehicles Due To Steering Wheel Danger

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — General Motors is recalling 2,000 Chevrolet Cruze vehicles after the steering wheel from one car reportedly came off last month.

The Wall Street Journal says the driver stopped safely and that GM admits to an error during assembly.

The urgent recall affects 2011 Cruze vehicles, which can be taken to dealerships for free inspections.

The recall only affects 2,000 2011 Cruze cars.


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