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As GM and battery supplier LG Chem work on replacement modules for the recalled Chevy Bolt, LG will reportedly shoulder $1.2 billion in costs to fix the issue.
GM updated their recommendations to Chevy Bolt owners as part of their battery fire recall campaign — park 50 feet away from other cars, wherever possible.
As part of its ongoing battery recall, GM announced it would extend a shutdown for the plant that builds the Chevy Bolt for at least two weeks — until it's confident new LG Chem-sourced battery packs are safe.
To address battery fire concerns, GM will reportedly expand their recall campaign to replace modules in every Bolt made since 2017 — including the brand new 2022 Bolt and Bolt EUV.
According to recent reports, GM and partner LG Chem are now manufacturing replacement battery packs for recalled Chevy Bolt models. The automaker isn't setting up a program for wide-scale buybacks at this point, though.
After new battery fire concerns prompted GM to urge owners park their vehicles outside, the company opened a new recall Friday.
Both the NHTSA and General Motors are advising 2017-2019 Chevy Bolt owners to park their cars outdoors and refrain from charging overnight due to concerns the vehicles may catch fire.
While the automaker idled most of its plants over the past several weeks due to the chip shortage, GM announced most of its U.S. production would be back online next week.
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