The cars, from the 2013 and 2014 model years, were built with an incorrect baffle, and that can cause the air bag inflator to rupture if the bags are deployed, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said. If that happens, metal fragments could hit people in the car, and the air bags may not inflate to protect them.
The air bags were built by Japanese parts supplier Takata Corp., but the problem is different from another air bag issue that's causing big recalls across the auto industry, the safety agency said Thursday.
GM had ordered dealers to stop selling new Cruzes on Wednesday. Spokesman Jim Cain said the order for most cars was lifted later in the day when GM determined which cars were affected. The Cruze, built in Lordstown, Ohio, is GM's top-selling car.
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