2004-2008 Chevrolet Aveo Recalled Due To Fire Risk4
Chevrolet’s Aveo, the subcompact built by Daewoo, is being recalled due to a daytime running lamp module that can melt due to heat generation and catch fire. Over 218,000 cars for the 2004-2008 model years are affected.
“We are aware of some fires,” says General Motors spokesman Alan Adler, who says the company “is still investigating.” He also indicated no injuries or fatalities have resulted thus far.
General Motors has said in a recall statement to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that a solution is still under development. In the meantime, if you are an Aveo owner, you will receive notification in the mail shortly, to be followed by a second letter to schedule a repair.
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An Aveo catching fire and burning to the ground…. how is that a bad thing?
Sadly, it’s some peoples only means of transportation. That’s why it’s a bad thing!
Just happened Tuesday.