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Under pressure from federal regulators and legislators, General Motors this year has been reviewing past safety problems.

That has resulted in 54 recalls affecting about 25.7 million vehicles in the United States. But the automaker has yet to recall almost 1.8 million full-size pickups and sport utility vehicles from the 1999 to 2003 model years for corrosion-related brake failures.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been investigating the issue since 2010, and the agency has now received about 1,000 complaints from owners, some of whom report narrowly avoiding crashes.



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GM Resisting Pressure To Recall 1.8 Million Trucks For Bad Brakes Even With Over 1,000 Complaints

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