By now you may have heard the news that General Motors has recalled thousands of vehicles from the US market.
GM is a major brand in the US auto industry, with around a dozen brands across a range of products.
So it’s hardly surprising that GM is also pulling the plug on its entire fleet of vehicles, including the Chevy Bolt, the Bolt EV, and the Chevrolet Equinox.
But in an interesting twist, GM also says that it will be rolling out an online tool to help consumers identify and replace defective parts in their vehicles.
The tool, called GM Certified Auto Parts (GMCP), is available for purchase through GM’s website for a fee of $99.
However, it is only available in a limited number of states, and it is not available in some cities.
If you live in New York City or Washington, DC, you will need to visit the GMCCP site in order to order the tool.
Additionally, GM will also be making a change to its website in an attempt to make it more accessible to consumers.
In addition to making it easier to find and select the correct parts, the new GMCCPs will include a new tool for those who have lost a vehicle.
As GM explains in its press release, GMCP allows you to identify, select, and order the replacement parts for your vehicle.
You can select and purchase replacement parts through the website or at your local dealership.
You can also view your vehicle’s history through the GMCP tool, including vehicle identification number, mileage, and odometer reading.
Finally, GM says that you can track the replacement vehicle through the vehicle’s owner’s vehicle history database, and you can also send your vehicle to a dealer.
We will update this post as more information becomes available.
Update: The GMCCPP website is now live in some states.
There is no way to order it.
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