General Motors Issues Second Chevrolet Bolt EV Recall After Battery Fire



General motors has issued a second recall for its all electric chevy bolt because of potential battery defect that can cause fires. Gm said investigation found manufacturing defects in a certain battery cell could cause the lithium ion batteries to ignite the car maker issued the initial recall last november owners of the two thousand seventeen through twenty nine nineteen model year bolts to install a software update to monitor the condition of the batteries but it has learned at least one car with the update experienced a battery fire. The gm recall underscores. The technical challenges car companies are facing as they raced to develop more plug in

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