GENERAL Motors is recalling another 3.2m cars over ignition problems, the troubled US car giant announced last night.
If the cars are jarred by a bump in the road the keys can slip and lock the steering wheel.
The fault can also lead to airbags failing to deploy in a crash, the company said.
It follows Friday’s recall of more than 500,000 cars where the driver’s knee can knock out the keys.
And in March it recalled 2.6m cars, again because of ignition problems.