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All GM Recalls in One Infographic

Kamil Kaluski June 18, 2014 All Things Hoon 6 Comments

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Here at Hooniverse we do not cover automotive recalls. There are two reasons for that:

  1. There are other sources that do a much better job of that, and
  2. we hate discussing anything negative when there is so little positive in the news.

That said, recent General Motors recalls have affected so many new and old vehicles that it is worth mentioning which vehicles were recalled and for what. At the very least it may help someone who is shopping for a used car, as most of us often do.

The below infographic comes from our friends at Mojo Motors. Hit the jump to see the complete, and very long, list.

Click the image for full resolution.


  • I was really hoping for something on a 2004 Trailblazer ignition. I think the switch in my wife's Trailblazer is going bad. It causes the ABS,Airbag, Brake, and Battery lights to come on and the fuel, temp, volt, and oil pressure gauges to die.

  • craigsu

    My Saab's center console mounted ignition switch is looking better and better with age.

    • Vairship

      Just don't spill a drink down there…

  • FЯeeMan

    Is every 2015 truck they produce covered by something there?

    Wow. After seeing them all in one picture, maybe it's time to revisit the "have the GM recalls changed your opinion of GM" question again. I'd imagine some opinions might change.

  • Van_Sarockin

    Well, this is too many. GM ought to understand there are costs to this, and that affects profitability. Or are they insured for it. anyway, they should be aiming for far fewer. That said, cars are complicated and expectations high, so pretty much every company has a number of recalls. Just goes with the territory. GM should start firing managers and executives until they get on top of this.

  • Sjalabais

    I think they forgot a big one sometime in april: "Employee pride". Recalled, not yet come back. I'm sorry to say that I have regarded GM as a laughing stock since the late 90s (the Opel Omega tipped me over), despite the company's proud history and size. Now this is some kind of Edward Snowden-moment for GM: I thought it was bad, but not that bad. Could this be a turnaround point from which to build trust again? Or are they finally going down? Other sources point to sales hardly being affected.