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Multiple Cadillac SRX Vehicles Have Been Recalled by General Motors

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has indicated that several Cadillac vehicles have been recalled after General Motors uncovered an issue with the vehicle’s wheel lug nuts.

The reports indicate that the 18-inch wheels in these vehicles could pose a serious risk to users because the wheel lug nuts could become loose, increasing the risk of a potential accident. The company has stated that affected vehicles include all units of the SRX model that were manufactured between January 31, 2012 and March 18, 2013.

These vehicles could pose a serious risk to drivers and passengers since the wheels could become separated as a result of the issue with the wheel lug nuts coming loose. To prevent accidents, the federal agency has urged consumers to have the problem promptly eradicated. Contact GM to ask more about this recall if you own one of the 2013 Cadillac SRX vehicles affected by this recall or click here to read the official report issued by the agency along General Motors.

Act promptly to prevent accidents.

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