Recall Issued For 2012 Cadillac CTS, Brake-related Issues Discovered

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According to recent news and reports from the company announcing the alert, General Motors Co. has issued a recall for 2012 Cadillac CTS models due to parts that might pose a threat for drivers since it prevents the vehicle from braking properly.

Inspectors have discovered that the power vacuum brake boost pushrod retention nut in some of the vehicles was not properly installed. Reports claimed that the lack of proper mending may result in severe accidents since the driver may be left riding in a vehicle without a brake.

So far, news sources state that there were no reports of injuries or severe accidents related to the Cadillac CTS mechanical problem. According to the official announcement from GM, owners and dealers alike have received word from the manufacturer regarding the recall on Nov. 1st.

The recalled model is banned from being sold until all vehicles can be inspected and fixed properly.

As a Los Angeles auto accident lawyer I hope that no accident will occur with the owners of the 2012 Cadillac CTS vehicles.  Product defect lawyers can always be of great assistance when doubts related to an injury resulted from a malfunctioning product has desolated you or a loved one. Don’t hesitate in contacting an attorney in your area.