Aug. 11 (Bloomberg) -- General Motors Co. is recalling about 36,000 Chevrolet Impala police cars to replace part of the suspension that may fracture and cause loss of control of the vehicle.
The manufacturer will fix free of charge both front control arms, which form part of the police sedan’s suspension, for the model years 2008-2012 starting Aug. 21, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on its website. Non-police Chevrolet Impala vehicles for those model years aren’t affected by the safety recall, the agency said.
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