Six recalls covering more than 2 million vehicles - that should keep General Motors dealerships busy.
GM last week said that it is fixing the vehicles voluntarily in the interest of safety.
It's the automaker's biggest recall since March 2004, when it called back more than 4 million pickups to replace rusting tailgate-support cables.
Leading the to-do list are 1.5 million full-sized pickups and SUVs from the 2003 through 2005 model years. The center seat belt in the second row rides too high on a passenger's body, which could cause injuries in a crash.
Other fixes: 332,202 half-ton Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon XL SUVs from the 2000-01 model years to repair overheating fuel pump wires. 142,585 half-ton Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups from the 1999-2002 model years, and three-quarter-ton and one-ton pickups from the 2001-04 model years with manual transmissions to replace worn parking brakes. 69,037 of the 2005 Buick LaCrosse and Allure sedans to fix faulty brakes. 39,078 of the 2004 Buick Rendezvous and Pontiac Aztek SUVs to fix a bad ignition relay. 22,115 Saturn L-series wagons from the 2002-04 model years to repair center and passenger-side rear seat belt anchors that don't meet safety standards.
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