General Motors is recalling about 22,000 full-size Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks. The 2014 model year vehicles sold in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico will be affected. The reason for these recalls is to fix a problem with their seats. Safety Regulators say the truck’s seats are their manual front reclining seat backs. The seats could move in a rear-end crash. Also the headrest may potentially not protect the passengers. As of now, General Motors doesn’t know of crashes or injuries caused by the seat problem of the pickups. If you are part of this recall, and your dealers will inspect the seats and needed, adjust them.
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