GM Recalled the 2017 Buick LaCrosse Twice in Two Months

by Aryn Plax

May 27, 2020

General Motors recalled more than 11,200 2017 Buick LaCrosse cars that can lose control due to faulty rear suspension toe links.

In 2016, GM had been notified that some toe links were installed incorrectly.

Additional testing performed the following year revealed severe problems caused by these toe links. This discovery prompted a subsequent investigation.

During this investigation, GM found that the bolts connecting the toe links could fall out. As a result, the toe links could separate from the suspension.

The recall began June 20, 2017. Two months before the recall announcement, GM recalled the same vehicle models for problems with power steering.


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