Chevrolet has announced a comprehensive recall of upwards of 142,000 Bolt models — the entire production run — over a growing battery issue caused by supplier LG that could lead to a fire. The 100,000 or so owners in North America have been told to modify their charging process and park their vehicles outdoors until GM has the ability to offer free replacement batteries through its dealership network.
This isn’t the first time the Bolt has been recalled. The EV was recalled in November after several Bolts unexpectedly caught fire without any other damage. Another recall occurred in July — this time, the issue was traced to manufacturing
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