“Mystery Crashes” in GM Cars Can Be a Result of the Defective Ignition Switch
The way to prove that a mystery crash was the result of a defective ignition switch is to simply examine the black-box in the car. Contact us now to get the answers you need at (800) 215-1003.
One of the more difficult things that can happen in the aftermath of a loved one’s death is for the surviving family members to be left not-knowing what actually caused their loss. For some, it can be impossible get closure until the truth has been discovered. It is just now being learned that hundreds of deaths and serious, permanent disabilities, have been caused by a defective ignition switch in GMC cars and trucks.
The way to prove that a mystery crash was the result of a defective ignition switch is to simply examine the black-box in the car. A sometimes unknown fact is that most newer model cars contain a black-box that records important data about the operation of a vehicle – particularly when one is involved in a crash. Performing an independent evaluation of this data has revealed that a large number of fatalities have been caused by the GM ignition switch defect which causes the car to lose power while it’s being operated. If there’s a black-box, we’ll find it and help you get the answers you need.
How the Defective Switch Causes GMC Automobiles to Crash
The safety defect in GMC autos consists of an ignition switch that was designed and manufactured with too-low torque resistance which makes it easy for vehicles to unexpectedly “switch off” while in operation. When an automobile is powered-off while being driven, it will disable the car’s airbags, power steering, and power brakes – greatly increasing the risk of death and serious injury for the occupants and anyone else in the immediate vicinity of the now out-of-control vehicle.
GMC Vehicle Models with Defective Recalled Ignition Switches:
- Buick Lacrosse – 2005-2009
- Buick Lucerne – 2006-2011
- Buick Regal LS & GS – 2004-2005
- Cadillac Deville – 2000-2005
- Cadillac CTS – 2003-2014
- Cadillac DTS – 2004-2011
- Cadillac SRX – 2004-2006
- Cadillac Escalade – 2011-2012
- Cadillac Escalade ESV – 2011-2012
- Cadillac Escalade EXT – 2011-2012
- Chevrolet Avalanche – 2011-2012
- Chevrolet Camaro – 2010-2014/strong>
- Chevrolet Caprice – 2011-2013
- Chevrolet Cobalt – 2005-2010
- Chevrolet HHR – 2006-2011
- Chevrolet Impala – 2000-2014
- Chevrolet Malibu – 1997-2005
- Chevrolet Monte Carlo – 2000-2008
- Chevrolet Silverado HD – 2011-2012
- Chevrolet Silverado LD – 2011-2012
- Chevrolet Suburban – 2011-2012
- Chevrolet Tahoe – 2011-2012
- Daewoo G2X – 2007-2009
- GMC Sierra LD – 2011-2012
- GMC Sierra HD – 2011-2012
- GMC Yukon – 2011-2012
- GMC Yukon XL – 2011-2012
- Oldsmobile Alero – 1999-2004
- Oldsmobile Intrigue – 1998-2002
- Opel/Vauxhall GT – 2007-2010
- Pontiac G4 -2005-2006
- Pontiac G5 – 2007-2010
- Pontiac G8 – 2008-2009
- Pontiac Grand Am – 1999-2005
- Pontiac Grand Prix – 2004-2008
- Pontiac Pursuit – 2005-2006
- Pontiac Solstice – 2006-2010
- Saturn Ion – 2003-2007
- Saturn Sky – 2007-2010
- Saturn Vue – 2002-2004
If there’s a black-box, we’ll find it and help you get the answers you need.
If you know anyone who has been involved in a serious injury or vehicle fatality and suspect that a defective ignition switch played a role, contact us using the form in the bottom of your screen or by calling (800) 215-1003. We’ll help you get the answers you need.