A General Motors logo is seen on a vehicle for sale at the GM dealership in Carlsbad, California in this January 4, 2012, file photo. REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files
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General Motors recalled nearly 1.5 million vehicles on Friday including for possible problems with ignitions blamed for 12 deaths.Last month, GM called back 1.6 million cars amid questions over why it had taken years to address an ignition defect it knew about as early as 2001 .GM said there was no evidence of fatalities from ignition-related incidents in the new group of 824,000 cars being called back -- Chevrolet Cobalts and HHRs, Pontiac Solstices and G5s, and Saturn Skys for 2008-2010 model years.Late on Friday, GM also separately recalled approximately 490,200 trucks and SUVs over possible problems with a six-speed automatic transmission.
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