General Motors has issued a recall of 50,000 Cadillac CTS vehicles across the globe due to a loose joint that can cause a rear wheel to become unstable. This defect could cause the driver to lose control while the vehicle is in motion. According to GM, there have been no accidents reported involving the defect. If you own one of these vehicles, please immediately take the car into a dealership to have the recall work performed. You should also ask the dealership to give you physical proof that the recall work was actually performed.
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