General Motors Co.
is recalling its new 2014 Cadillac plug-in hybrid ELR to fix an electronic glitch.
The Detroit automaker said it is recalling 663 ELR cars built without adaptive cruise control. Due to a calibration error, electronic stability control — the anti-rollover technology — may not provide an alert to a driver if certain faults occur.
Vehicles without adaptive cruise control were built with a calibration that inhibits some electronic stability control diagnostics. If the diagnostics are inhibited, there are some faults that will not be detected if they occur.Read Article