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General Motors is recalling 117,000 vehicles for an issue that could cause the vehicle to stall or not start. GM said that it is aware of no crashes, injuries or fatalities connected to the problem.

The issue affects a small number — about 1% — of the 117,000 cars and trucks, GM said.

The chassis control module — a part of the vehicle’s electronics system linked to the braking, steering, and suspension — could be short-circuited by small metal fragments. If this happens, drivers may see a warning, such as the check engine light, turn on. Also the vehicle may stall.

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