GM is short on components to fulfil the recall it issued.


Earlier this year, General Motors filed a recall for two of its cars, but the automaker apparently lacks the necessary parts to fulfill the recall.
In response to a problem with the car’s windshield wiper modules, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a recall in April for the 2014 and 2015 Chevy Equinox and the GMC Terrain.
High levels of corrosion and wear put the ball joints in the windshield wiper modules in danger of coming loose from their sockets. The complete wiper module has to be changed as a solution.

However, it appears that there aren’t enough issues to fix for the first 681,500 vehicles for which GM issued a recall.
John Wayne Warren, a resident of Smithfield, Virginia, told WAVY 10 On Your Side that he still cannot operate his 2015 GMC Terrain in the rain due to safety concerns.

He said that despite their back-and-forth, the issue has not been resolved.
GMC stated it had “announced the recall, but we are not executing it because we need to have our suppliers make the components to start repairs,” in a statement to the station.

While this was going on, General Motors was forced to assemble 95,000 automobiles lacking one or more components due to a scarcity of semiconductors and other supplies. By the end of the year, the unfinished vehicles should be completed and put on the market.
“We sincerely regret any inconvenience. We comprehend your worries and displeasure “The business said in a statement.

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