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April 8, 2020—About 900 Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles are being recalled for damaged cables, reported Cars.com.

The recall covers model year 2019 to 2020.

The door-handle cable inside the rear doors may be too long, according to the report. A damaged cable may cause the rear door to open unintentionally when the rear window is opened. Additionally, it may cause the rear inside door handle to not work, increasing the risk of an injury.

General Motors will notify owners beginning May 11. 

 

 

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