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General Motors Co.

, facing lawsuits in the United States and Canada over faulty ignition switches, may not have recalled all Chevrolet Cobalts with the defects, according to two complaints filed Monday against the automaker.

While the flawed switches prompted GM to recall 1.6 million cars, including Cobalts for the 2005-07 model years, defects that have been linked to deaths weren’t all fixed, according to a complaint filed by 13 customers in federal court in San Francisco.



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