General Motors announced Tuesday they will be recalling 1.3 million Chevrolet Cobalts and Pontiac G5s. They will be replacing a faulty power steering motor that could make the cars difficult to control.
The cars involved in the recall are: 2005-2010 Cobalts and 2007-2010 G5s sold in North America and Mexico.
GM states that the cars are safe to drive, but it might be hard to control their steering when the car is going less than 15 mph. Jamie Hresko, GM's vice president of quality, says, "Recalling these vehicles is the right thing to do for our customers' peace of mind."
GM will let consumers know when the parts are available for their cars.