General Motors is calling back a little over one million pickup trucks and SUVs over a potential issue with the power steering.
A total of 1,015,918 vehicles are potentially affected by this GM recall, spread out over three different brands. From Chevy, the 2015 Silverado, Tahoe and Suburban are affected, at GMC its the Yukon and Sierra, and Cadillac is calling back the Escalade. All of these vehicles share a platform and much of their equipment is the same.
GM says it is aware of 30 different accidents related to this condition and two injuries.
The problem is electric power steering that can be lost momentarily and then return suddenly, increasing the risk of a collision.
To fix the problem, GM dealers will update the EPS module software free of charge. A schedule of when the recall will begin has not yet been announced.
This GM recall comes on the heels of Ford announcing a massive recall for its trucks over fires started by seatbelt pretensioners.