General Motors Co. now faces an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, adding to a list of several authorities and agencies looking into the automaker’s conduct after its delayed ignition switch recall last year.

The automaker disclosed the investigation in a regulatory filing Thursday. It was unclear if GM or its dealers are the target, however.

GM said it was notified June 3 of the investigation by the FTC that concerned “certified pre-owned vehicle advertising where dealers had certified vehicles allegedly needing recall repairs.”

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GM Now In Trouble For Selling Certified Used Cars That Had Never Had Recall Work Performed

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